Jim Miller is an expert on various public policy issues, including federal/state regulatory programs, industrial organization, antitrust, intellectual property, general litigation, fiscal finance, tax structure, federal/state spending, deficits, public choice, campaign finance, and the effects of various laws and regulations on the overall economy. From October 1985 to October 1988, Miller was Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, was a member of President Reagan’s Cabinet, and was a member of the National Security Council. From October 1981 to October 1985, he was Chairman of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. And from January 1981 to October 1981, he was Administrator for Information and Regulatory Affairs at OMB, where, among other things, he helped to establish and administer President Reagan’s program of regulatory relief