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Jack Carter

Assistant Professor, Economics, and Director of Prelaw Studies

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B.A.,   Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1978
M.A.,  Quantitative Economics, Boston College 1980
J.D.,   University of Maryland School of Law, 1990

Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
Money and Banking
Law and Economics

Recent Publications/Presentations/Performances

"Tobin's q and Dividend Determination", with Mark Klock and Clifford Thies (1989) Review of Business and Economic Research, 24 (Spring), 75-84.

Presentation: "The changing role of the Federal Reserve in response to today's economic crisis" (General Audience) (Fall, 2008)

Panel discussions: The global financial crisis, (General and Selected Audiences) (Fall, 2008 and Spring, 2009)


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