Dr. Seaman is an Associate Professor of Economics, former Department Chair, and Research Associate at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University.
He also serves as Affiliated Faculty to the Fiscal Research Center and to the Nonprofit Studies Program at the University. He is an Adjunct Faculty member at the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and regularly teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in microeconomic theory, industrial organization, antitrust, and regulation.
A former Staff Economist and consultant for the Federal Trade Commission, Dr. Seaman serves as a consultant in private antitrust, business contractual disputes, and civil tort cases. His research includes models of arts industry funding and other cultural and sports economics issues, price discrimination (including legal implications), private and public school choice, cost-benefit analysis, and economic impact methodologies. He also has written on international trade matters relating to cultural goods, local tax incidence and exportability, and the effects of illegal behaviors.
University of Chicago, PhD and MA in Economics
Albright College, AB in Economics and Political Science