DegreePhD, Cornell University, 1971; MBA, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 1966; AB, Fordham University, 1964
AREAS OF EXPERTISEEconomics, finance, governance
Corporate finance, corporate governance
Managing Pension and Retirement Plans, Oxford University Press, 2004; "The Tennessee Valley Authority: Competing in Markets for Capital and Electricity in Pursuit of Solvency,” Journal of Strategic Management Education, 1, 2003; "What’s Special about the Role of Underwriter Reputation and Market Activities in IPOs,” Journal of Business, April, 2002; "Optimal Choice of Contracting Methods: Negotiated versus Competitive Underwritings Revisited," Journal of Financial Economics, Spring 1999
Academic positions: Tuck School of Business 2006–present; Dean, Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma, 2001–05; Visiting Professor, Georgetown University, 1986–87; Visiting Professor, University of Virginia, 1983; Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley, 1980; Professor of Management, Tuck School 1974–2001; Assistant Professor, School of Business, Indiana University, 1971–73
Nonacademic positions: President, 1995–96, Vice President for Programs, 1994, Fellow, Financial Management Association; Director, American Finance Association, 1981–84; Treasurer, DTSS, Inc., 1975–76; Lieutenant, U.S. Army, 1966–68
Board memberships: Ledyard Financial Group, Waddell & Reed Financial, Abraxas Petroleum, Duckwall Alco Stores, Hypertherm, Montshire Museum of Science.
Editorial positions: Journal of Portfolio Management