Associate Professor of Economics; Codirector, Environmental and Urban Studies Program
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Economics, Economics and Finance, Environmental and Urban Studies, Social Policy
B.A., University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., Temple University. Dissertation: ï¿½Issues in the Theory of Land Value Taxation.ï¿½ Specialization in public-sector economics and history of economic thought. Temple University awards: Russell Conwell Fellowship (1984–86), University Fellowship (1983–84), summer tuition scholarship (1984). Taught at Franklin and Marshall College, West Chester University, and Temple University. Coauthor, ï¿½Whatï¿½s Missing from the Capital Gains Debate,ï¿½ Levy Institute Public Policy Brief No. 32 (1997). Contributor, The Corruption of Economics
(1994), Beyond Neoclassical Economics: Heterodox Approaches to Economic Theory
(1995), and Critics of Henry George
(2003). At Bard since 1991.