Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1990
M.P.A., Princeton University, 1983
B.A., State University of New York at Binghamton, 1981
James Madison University, Prof., 2007-Present
James Madison University, Assoc. Prof., 1999-2007
Princeton University, Asst. Prof., 1994-1999
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Asst. Prof., 1990-1994
Investment Technologies, VP/Software Development, 1985-1986
Atlantic Commodities, Dir. of Research, 1983-1985
Selected Consulting Experience
Worked as a testifying expert witness for Lenhart Obenshain
(representing the plaintiff) in
Beacon Wireless Solutions, Inc. et al. v. Garmin International,
Inc. et al.
Developed in-vehicle GPS navigation systems, en-route commerce
systems, and other types of personal travel assistants (PTAs) and
Portable Navigation Devices (PNDs) with ALK Technologies and other
Assisted in the development of GISs and computer-based models for the
analysis of transportation planning projects in the United States
(for GIS/Trans Ltd), Puerto Rico (for Multisystems, Inc.), Argentina
(for the United Nations), and China (for the World Bank).
Developed economic/financial analysis tools for the analysis of
municipal bond swaps (for Merrill Lynch Municipal Finance Group) and
fixed income/mortgage-backed securities (for Dillon Read & Co.).
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