I have 26 years of experience, and specialize in the field of economics and statistics with specific knowledge in the areas of economic impact studies, economic feasibility and statistical issues in legal cases. I have published on such topics as economic forecasting, minimum wages and employment and regional economic performance. I have testified on impact of reducing builder’s fees, sampling questions regarding damages and The Great Recession, the Great Stabilization and the Shape of the Recovery. I was the chairman of an economics department when we received one of the largest gift ($200 million) that any economics department has ever received. I was instrumental in creating the Master’s of Finance Program. Oversaw the hiring of more than 15 faculty.