Principal, McCullough Research
Robert McCullough is Principal of McCullough Research in Portland, OR, and has been in business for twenty five years advising governments, utilities, and aboriginal groups on en-ergy, metals, paper, and chemical issues. He has testified repeatedly in state, federal, and provincial courts as well as before Congress and regulatory bodies. His testimony in front of the Senate Energy Committee is credited with initiating the Enron trading investigations during which he worked for the U.S. Department of Justice and three western attorneys general. Before starting McCullough Research, Mr. McCullough was an officer at Portland General Corporation where he had responsibilities in finance, power marketing, and rate setting. He was educated at Reed College, Portland State University, and Cornell University in eco-nomics and finance. He is a member of the American Economic Association, the American Financial Association, and the Econometric Association. He has also been an adjunct pro-fessor of economics at Portland State University since 1996.