fmr. Executive Vice President of Research
Center for Automotive Research
David J. Andrea is former Executive Vice President of Research. One of CAR’s founders, he was instrumental in CAR’s formation as a nonprofit organization in 2003. He served as CFO and director of forecasting, and was also involved in CAR’s predecessor organization, the Office for the Study of Automotive Transportation (OSAT) at the University of Michigan.
Formerly Dave was Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) where he was responsible for directing industry benchmarking surveys, expanding OEM and media relations, and administrating several OESA councils. Dave has also served in a number of positions in his 30 years in the automotive industry including positions as director of forecasting at AutoPacific; automotive equity analyst at Roney & Company; and chief economist at CSM Worldwide.
Dave holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business economics from Miami University and an MBA from the University of Michigan. He serves on the finance committee of SAE International and is Treasurer to the finance committee of the SAE Detroit Section. Dave is a member of the Detroit Economic Club, and the Automotive Press Association, and was past president of the Detroit Association for Business Economics. He is also a Michigan Manufacturing Technology Board member.
- New Materials/New Skills for Automotive Skilled Trades
- Automotive Suppliers and the Revenue Acquisition Process: What’s Working, and What’s Not?
- What Wall Street Wants…From the Auto Industry
- The Canada-U.S. Border: An Automotive Study
- Creating Shareholder Value in the Supply Base, Gentex Corporation – Leveraging Intangible Assets Through Relationships – A Best Practices Case Study
- Estimating the New Automotive Value Chain
- Computer Assisted Collaboration in the Automotive Industry: What Are the Complex Problems and How Are Decisions Made?
- Revenue and Financial Margin Life Cycle Management Project Management Briefing Seminar 2003: Executive Panel Discussion
- The Potential Effects of the 2017-2025 EPA/NHTSA GHG/Fuel Economy Mandates on the U.S. Economy
- The Economic Implications of Potential NHTSA and EPA Regulatory Revisions on U.S. Light Truck Sales and Manufacturing
- NAFTA Briefing: Trade benefits to the automotive industry and potential consequences of withdrawal from the agreement