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NEW YORK--Steven N. Weisbart, vp and economist for the Insurance Information Institute, has been named chief economist, III President Robert P. Hartwig announced Wednesday.
Mr. Weisbart, who joined the institute in 2005, succeeds Mr. Hartwig as chief economist effectively immediately. Mr. Hartwig was promoted to president of the III in January.
As chief economist, Mr. Weisbart will oversee the group's economic research and analysis program. He retains his vp title.