Nicholas J. Saliba is a Research Fellow for the George W. Bush Institute and the Maguire Energy Institute in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with Honors from Southern Methodist University in May 2014, receiving a B.B.A. in Finance, B.S. in Economics with Finance Applications, and B.A. in Public Policy. He also received minors in History and Political Science, along with a concentration in Energy Management.
Mr. Saliba has been a writer and researcher for a number of initiatives at the George W. Bush Institute, including the 4% Growth Project, the North America Scorecard Project, and the North America Working Groups. His work has focused on domestic economic policy, energy regulation, inclusive urban growth, North American trade, fiscal policy/government debt, Central American economic reform, and immigration.
Mr. Saliba has co-authored numerous studies and spoken on issues pertaining to finance, economics, and public policy in the energy sector. In 2013, Saliba was the co-author of the book "The Energy Logjam: Removing Regulatory Obstacles to Fuel the Economy," published by the George W. Bush Institute. Additionally, he has consulted on issues pertaining to energy, economics, and public policy for organizations including Consumer Energy Alliance, Texas Education Service Centers, D Magazine, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP, the Ohio Oil & Gas Association, Energy Future Holdings, and ONCOR Electric Delivery.
Mr. Saliba is a member of Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity, Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honor Society in Economics, and Phi Beta Kappa.