1982 - M.B.A., Plymouth State University
1968 - M.A., Fordham University
1967 - A.B., Fordham University
I have been a member of the Saint Anselm College Department of Economics and Business since the fall of 1969. I have also taught at the University of New Hampshire and Fordham University. My main areas of teaching are economics, money and banking, investments, and economic history.
I'm a forensic economist and have testified as an expert on the subject of economic losses since 1971. My main area of research involves New Hampshire banking. The closing of five Manchester banks in 1991 and the economic aftermath of that closing is one area of interest. Currently I'm writing a history of St. Mary's Bank, the nation's first and longest lasting credit union.