Anthony Kefalas is the economic adviser to the President of SEV (Hellenic Association of Enterprises and Industries). He has studied (B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.) and taught economics in the UK (L.S.E.), the USA (U of M, Wayne, Oakland) and Greece (Pierce-Deree, Un. of Maryland in Athens). He has served as research fellow at the Center of Planning and Economic Research, as adviser to the ministries of economics and industry and to Organization for the Restructuring of Enterprises and as chief economist to the National Bank of Greece.
He has acted as adviser to some of Greece's largest companies (Delta-Vivartia, Intracom, Inform-Lykos, Lavipharm,) and banks (Aspis, Citibank) as well as to several well-known multinationals (Hochtief, McDonald's) and has carried out special projects for others (Aegean Motoways, Bayer, Daimler-Deutsche Aerospace, General Dynamics, Oerlikon).He has written extensively for the daily (Express, Imerisia, Kerdos) as well as for the weekly (Oikonomikos Tachydromos) economic press and also for the political (Proto Thema) press. He has published several academic articles and two books.