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November 30, 2004
PACE FACULTY EXPERTS AVAILABLE FOR YEAR-END COMMENT
ON POST-ELECTION ECONOMIC ISSUES
Flat tax. Estate tax. Interest rates. Inflation. As these and other economic and financial issues get fresh consideration in post-election Washington and around the country, we encourage you to look for expertise to Pace University, the closest university to Wall St.
Flat tax and estate tax
Law professor Bridget J. Crawford joined the Pace Law School faculty after more than six years of law practice at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, LLP in New York. Her practice was concerned with income, estate, and gift tax planning for individuals, as well as tax and other advice to closely-held corporations and exempt organizations.
A former lecturer in law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, her publications include articles on the income taxation of trusts, tax aspects of asset protection, and women in legal education.
Contact: 914-422-4416 (office), firstname.lastname@example.org .
Inflation, monetary and fiscal policy, international finance
Robert H. Parks, PhD, is an economist and professor of finance at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. Parks is an expert on the impact of monetary and fiscal policy and international financial policy on debt, equity, and foreign exchange markets.
Having served as chief economist for duPont Glore Forgan, Blyth Eastman Dillon, and Advest Institutional Services, and with industrial forecasting experience as an economist with General Electric, he also heads up his own firm counseling institutional investment officers and corporate comptrollers.
He publishes The Money and Capital Markets Monitor, a newsletter distributed to international investors, and is the author of two books on Wall Street.
Contact: 212-346-1952 (office), 914-923-6117 (home), email@example.com .
Sarbanes-Oxley Act, ethics, nonprofit governance, social responsibility of business
Joseph M. Pastore, Jr., PhD, is professor emeritus of corporate ethics and strategy at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. Pastore has authored, co-authored, or edited over forty articles, monographs, papers, and book chapters and has lectured in executive development programs for Verizon Communications, British Telecommunications, AT&T, Swiss Re, Monsanto, IBM, Prudential-Bache Securities, Technicon, Corning, Reader’s Digest, and Dresser Industries. He has consulted for i3 Mobile, RKS Consulting, Bendheim, Cube Computers, Findim, S.p.A., Big Apple Enterprises, Parenting Magazine, and Virtual Reality, Inc.
Pastore served as a Dean, Provost and/or Executive Vice President over a 23 year period at St. Bonaventure University, Boston College, and Pace University and is currently Chair of the Board of Trustees for Siena College in Loudonville, New York.
Pastore also served as the U.S. District Court-Appointed Monitor overseeing the Order to Desegregate the Yonkers Public Schools (U.S. v. Yonkers) from 1986 to 2002 when he mediated a $300 million settlement of school litigation.
Contact: 914-773-3520 (office), 914-762-4052 (home), firstname.lastname@example.org .
Daniel P. Tinkelman, PhD, CPA, teaches financial accounting, auditing, and financial statement analysis at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. His major areas of research are charities and accounting for nonprofit organizations.
An independent accounting consultant, he has been engaged by counsel on various civil litigation matters and has served as a consulting accounting expert for Law & Economics Consulting Group; as vice president of Finance and Administration, for WPP Group North America; and as an auditor for Arthur Andersen & Co.
Contact: 212-618-6414 (office), email@example.com .
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