Eric D. Lundell

President and CEO

Eric Lundell joined ITTA in 1994 and currently serves as the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, assisting clients with a range of interests in Washington, DC and in various U.S. markets.

Mr. Lundell leads ITTA’s business research and development programs and has directed market assessments in numerous industrial fields, to include power generation, electricity transmission and distribution, oil and gas, telecommunications, robotics, information technology, automotive components, transportation, and various environmental technologies. Mr. Lundell has also assisted with business development efforts in areas such as clean energy, nuclear power, factory automation, process controls, construction equipment, and electronics.

Mr. Lundell also advises clients on a range of policy and regulatory issues impacting their business operations and investments, providing consulting services in areas such as export controls, environmental regulation, trade policy, public-private research & development programs, and technology transfer.

Mr. Lundell received his MA in International Affairs from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. He received his BA in Political Science from Calvin College. Mr. Lundell is a member of the Washington International Trade Association, the U.S. Association of Energy Economics, the American Nuclear Society, the Society for International Development, the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals, the Asia Society and the Japan Society.

In the News

Friedman, Diana & Lundell, Eric D. “US Foreign Policy in the 21st Century — Driving Factors for Continuity & Change” Japan Spotlight. May/June 2016: 21-25. Print. (view PDF)

“Japan 1964: Back to the Future: Panel 2.” Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Center for Strategic and International Studies. 2 July, 2014. Web. (view VIDEO)

Lundell, Eric D. “The U.S. Social Security Program and Debate About Reform.” Japan Spotlight. Jan/Feb 2014: 8-11. Print. (view PDF)