Principal, Macroeconomics, FEA
Brendan Lowney is one of the founding Principals of Forest Economic Advisors LLC, the top choice for North American wood products analysis. As FEA Macroeconomics and lead housing analyst Brendan interprets and forecasts the North American and international economic landscape — analysis that forms the basis of FEA’s industry projections. Brendan is also responsible for deepening FEA’s coverage of the key end-use markets in the construction, manufacturing, and trade sectors.
Brendan writes FEA’s Macroeconomic Advisor and he is a contributing author to each of FEA’s Quarterly Forecasting Service publications. These reports will be the industry’s must-see sources for forecasts and analysis of the North American lumber, wood panels, and timber markets. Brendan also contributes macroeconomic and policy analysis to FEA’s single and multi-client research projects. Brendan earned a master’s degree in economics from Boston College and a B.S. in mathematics and economics from Union College in Schenectady, New York.
Forecasting Mass Timber Markets & Wood Costs