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CLYDE W. BARROW, Ph.D.
Chair/Professor, Department of Political Science
University of Texas – Pan American
1201 W. University Drive
Edinburg, Texas 78539-2999
tel: (956) 665-3679
E-mail: [email protected]
http://umassd.academia.edu/ClydeWBarrow
Education
1984 Ph.D.
1979 M.A.
1977 B.A.
Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
Political Science, Texas A & M University at Kingsville, Kingsville, Texas
Certifications:
Advanced IMPLAN (2008); G2E & UNLV Institutional Gaming Institute (2012)
Specializations: Public Policy (Public Institutions & the Policy Process; Applied Policy Research; Research
Methods for Public Policy; Gambling Policy; Higher Education Policy).
Political Economy (Theories of Political Economy; Regional Economic Development, Economic Impact Analysis,
Industry Analysis).
Political Theory (State Theory, Theories of Policy Formation; American Political Thought, Modern &
Contemporary Political Theory).
Employment
2014 – present
Professor, University of Texas – Pan American, Department of Political Science
2004 – 2014
Professor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Department of Public Policy
(Sabbatical Award Spring 2010)
1996 - 2003
Professor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Department of Political Science (Sabbatical
Award Spring 2001)
1990 – 1996
Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Department of Political Science
(Tenured in 1990; Sabbatical Award Spring 1994)
1987 - 1990
Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Department of Political Science
Sept. 1985 to
August 1987
Visiting Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University - College Station, Department of Political
Science
Sept. 1984 to
August 1985
Visiting Assistant Professor, Un iversity of Texas at San Antonio, Division of Social and
Policy Sciences
Sept. 1982 to
August 1984
Coordinator, University of California at Los Angeles, Teaching Assistant Training Program,
Office of Instructional Development
Sept. 1978 to
June 1982
Teaching Fellow, University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Political Science
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Administrative Positions
Sept. 2014 to
Present
Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Texas – Pan American
Responsible for annual evaluations of 14 tenure-track and 7 non-tenure track faculty (tenure
and promotion, contract renewal); recruitment and hiring; supervision of one full-time
departmental administrative assistant and work-study assistants; manage departmental budget;
schedule classes and monitor enrollments. Serve on various leadership teams, including
college executive council, university-wide Council of Chairs and Academic Affairs
Leadership Team (AALT).
June 1992 to
June 2014
Director, Center for Policy Analysis, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Direct a multidisciplinary social science research unit specializing in applied policy analysis
for state/local governments, school departments, private business associations, and non-profit
organizations. From 1992 to 2014, the Center released more than 300 applied policy reports
in the areas of economic development, public management, and polling and program
evaluation. Responsible for negotiating and administering research services agreements;
external liaison with government, private agencies, and the press; coordinating faculty
research activities, and general administra tion (i.e., purchasing, travel approvals, personnel
evaluations, meetings, etc.). Supervised an executive assistant, 2 full-time senior research
associates, 3 to 5 faculty research associates, 2 program coordinators, 3 graduate research
assistants, 2 undergraduate research assistants; and up to ten survey research interviewers,
while also conducting policy-oriented research. The Center’s operating budget increased from
1 external contract of $8,000 in FY 1993 to an average of 15 external contracts totaling more
than $650,000 (FY 2014) annually. The Center owned capital equipment valued at $200,000,
including a WinCATI system and occupied its own building (6,200 square feet). Oversaw the
Center’s annual Public Policy Lecture series and convened faculty/community committees that
coordinated an Internship program and awarded scholarships to students in the Department of
Public Policy. Other social science faculty research projects are supported by the Center’s
surplus revenues (e.g., travel supplements, purchase of reassigned time and research materials,
research assistant support, etc.). The Director reported to the Dean of the College of Arts &
Sciences.
Sept. 2005 to
Sept. 2009
Chair, Department of Public Policy, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Responsible for establishing and administering a new department that offers a Master of
Public Policy, a Minor in Public Policy, and jointly offers a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership
and Policy Studies with the Department of Educational Leadership. The Department has a
secretary, 5 full-time tenure-track faculty, 2 part-time adjunct faculty, and receives
interdisciplinary instructional support from affiliated faculty in 7 other departments (political
science, sociology, economics, nursing, english, history, management). The Chair is
responsible for the evaluation of departmental faculty (contract renewals, annual merit
increments, tenure and promotion); the recruitment of full- and part-time faculty. Manage
departmental budget; schedule classes in coordination with other departments and affiliated
faculty; monitor enrollments; recruit and advise graduate students; and work with an external
advisory board.
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Jan. 1995 to
June 1995
Acting Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Responsible for annual evaluations of 9 tenure-track faculty (contract renewals, merit
increments, tenure and promotion); annual recruitment of 2 to 6 part-time faculty; supervision
of one full-time departmental secretary and three work-study assistants; manage departmental
budget; schedule classes and monitor enrollments; advise graduating seniors, and certify
majors’ transcripts for graduation.
During second term as Acting Chair secured University approval of departmental
undergraduate curriculum reforms. These reforms combined stronger general education
requirements with policy-oriented, economics, and quantitative skills development.
Jan. 1992 to
Aug. 1993
Acting Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
During first term as Acting Chair, secured administrative approval to recruit additional faculty in
public policy (increasing the department from 8 to 10 faculty) and secured special allocations for
departmental computing capacity.
Sept. 1987 to
Aug. 1992
Chair, Labor Studies Minor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Authored and secured approval from the Board of Trustees for a multidisciplinary labor studies
program offering an undergraduate minor to regular students and a certificate to adult workers
through the Division of Continuing Education. Chaired the minor for its first five years; scheduled
courses; approved and recommended new courses for the minor. Organized and co-chaired the
UMD Labor Forum (1987-1992), a colloquium of five lectures annually by scholars engaged in
original research on contemporary labor issues and labor history, served as one of three members
on the Arnold M Dubin Labor Education Center Seven Year Review Team (Spring 1988). CoOrganizer, Labor Studies Faculty Development Workshops (Spring 1988) to address special issues
of pedagogy in labor studies.
Sept. 1982 to
Aug. 1984
Coordinator, University of California Los Angeles, Office of Instructional Development,
Teaching Assistant Training Program
Coordinated a model program designed to insure that graduate students had teaching
experience and instruction in pedagogy before receiving the Ph.D. degree. Supervised and
evaluated 45 graduate student Teaching Fellows responsible for training teaching assistants in
each academic department on the UCLA campus; taught a required course on Teaching
Political Science; organized an annual conference on pedagogy for 450 southern California
teaching assistants; edited a teaching newsletter circulated to all UCLA teaching assistants and
to individuals at 50 other campuses in twelve states. Supervised one full-time secretary and
two undergraduate office assistants; managed an annual budget of $602,000.
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Self-Employment
Sept. 2006 to
Present
General Manager/Partner, Pyramid Associates, LLC (a registered Massachusetts company
specializing in gaming policy, regional economic development, public management,
and survey research).

Sept. 2009 Present
Partial list of clients and copies of public reports available upon request.
Council Member, Consultant, Gaming Specialist, Gerson Lehrman Group, LLC (New York, NY)
(http://www.glgroup.com/)
-- Provide briefings and consultations about the gaming industry to capital management firms,
investment banks, venture capital funds, hedge funds, and bond traders.
March 2013 Present
Academic Affiliate, Nathan Associates, Inc. (a California based economic consulting firm that
specializes in litigation consulting, business and industry consulting, and economic
development) (http://www.nathaninc.com/)
-- Provide independent research support to Nathan Associates on gaming related consulting
projects.
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PUBLICATIONS
Authored Books (5)
Barrow, Clyde W., Sylvie Didou-Aupetit, and John Mallea, Globalisation, Trade Liberalisation, and Higher
Education in North America: The Emergence of a New Market Under NAFTA? Dordrecht, The
Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003. 255 pp.
Barrow, Clyde W., More Than a Historian: The Political and Economic Thought of Charles A. Beard.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2000. 378 pp.
Barrow, Clyde W., Economic Impacts of the Textile and Apparel Industries in Massachusetts. Boston:
Donahue Institute of Governmental Affairs, 2000. 67 pp.
http://www.donahue.umassp.edu/docs/textile-impact-pdf
Barrow, Clyde W., Critical Theories of the State. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993. 249 pp.
Choice “Outstanding Academic Book of the Year” in Political Theory, 1995
2nd printing, University of Wisconsin Press, 1997
Printing in electronic format, University of Wisconsin Press at netlibrary.com, 2000
3rd printing, University of Wisconsin Press, 2001
Barrow, Clyde W., Universities and the Capitalist State: Corporate Liberalism and the Reconstruction of
American Higher Education, 1894-1928. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1990. 329 pp.
Kindle edition released 2013.
Edited Books (2)
Paul Wetherly, Clyde W. Barrow, and Peter Burnham, eds. Class, Power, and the State in Capitalist Society: Essays
on Ralph Miliband. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2008. 260 pp.
Barrow, Clyde W., ed., Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture in Massachusetts. Lisbon and
North Dartmouth, MA: Fundacao Luso-Americana and University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 2002.
213 pp.
Book Chapters (23)
Barrow, Clyde W. 2015 (in press). “Democratic Centralism.” In Michael Gibbons, ed., Encyclopedia of Political
Thought. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley-Blackwell.
Barrow, Clyde W. 2015 (in press). “Harrington, Michael.” In Michael Gibbons, ed., Encyclopedia of Political
Thought. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley-Blackwell.
Barrow, Clyde W. 2014 (in press). “The Intellectual Origins of New Political Science.” In Studying Politics Today:
Critical Approaches to Political Science. New York: Routledge.
Barrow, Clyde W. 2014 (in pess). “The Entrepreneurial University: Where It All Went Wrong!” in Thad LaVallee,
ed., Critical Transformative Leadership and Policy. Boston: Sense Publishers.
Barrow, Clyde W. “(Re)Reading Poulantzas: State Theory and the Epistemologies of Structuralism,“ Pp. 27-40 in
Lars Bretthauer, Alexander Gallas, John Kannankulam, und Ingo Stutzle, Eds., Reading Poulantzas:
On the Relevance of Marxist State Theory. London: Merlin Press, 2011.
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Book Chapters (continued)
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Political Culture of Portuguese-Americans in Southeastern Massachusetts.” Pp. 289-313 in
Kim Holton and Andrea Klimt, eds., Fashioning Ethnic Culture: Portuguese-American Communities
Along the Eastern Seaboard. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Portuguese Studies, 2009.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Toward a New Republic?” Pp. ix-xxxi in Charles A. Beard, The Republic: Conversations on
Fundamentals, with a new introduction by Clyde W. Barrow. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers,
2008.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The State.” Pp. 102-05 in William A. Darity, Jr., ed., International Encyclopedia of the Social
Sciences, 2nd Edition, 9 Vols. (Detroit, Michigan: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008).
Barrow, Clyde W. “Political Science.” Pp. 310-15 in William A. Darity, Jr., ed., International Encyclopedia of the
Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, 9 Vols. (Detroit, Michigan: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008).
Barrow, Clyde W. “Ralph Miliband and the Instrumentalist Theory of the State: The (Mis)Construction of an
Analytic Concept.” Pp. 84-108 in Paul Wetherly, Clyde W. Barrow, and Peter Burnham, eds., Class,
Power, and the State in Capitalist Society: Essays on Ralph Miliband. London: Palgrave MacMillan,
2008.
Wetherly, Paul, Clyde W. Barrow, and Peter Burnham. “Conclusion.” Pp. 230-39 in Paul Wetherly, Clyde W.
Barrow, and Peter Burnham, eds., Class, Power, and the State in Capitalist Society: Essays on Ralph
Miliband. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2008.
Barrow, Clyde W., Paul Wetherly and Peter Burnham. “Introduction.” Pp. 1-23 in Paul Wetherly, Clyde W.
Barrow, and Peter Burnham, eds., Class, Power, and the State in Capitalist Society: Essays on Ralph
Miliband. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2008.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Staatstheorie und Epistemologien des Strukturalismus.” Pp. 32-47 in Lars Bretthauer,
Alexander Gallas, John Kannankulam, und Ingo Stutzle (Hrsg.), Poulantzas Lesen: Zur Aktualitat
Marxistischer Staatstheorie. Hamburg, Germany: Verlag-Springer, 2006.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The State.” Pp. 2250-54 (Vol. 5) in Maryanne Cline Horowitz, ed., New Dictionary of the
History of Ideas, 6 Vols. Farmington Hills, Michigan: Thomson Gale, 2005.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and the Higher Education Industry.” Pp. 229-54 in Stanley
Aronowitz and Heather Gautney, eds., Implicating Empire: Globalization and Resistance in the 21 st
Century. New York: Basic Books, 2003.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Political Theory and the Economic Basis of Politics.” Pp. 1-22 in Charles A. Beard, The
Economic Basis of Politics. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 2002. Edited, indexed, and
annotated with a new introduce tion by Clyde W. Barrow.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Who are The Portuguese? New Evidence on the Political Culture of Portuguese-Americans in
Southeastern Massachusetts.” In Clyde W. Barrow, ed. Who Are The Portuguese?: The Political Culture
of Portuguese-Americans in Southeastern Massachusetts. Lisbon and North Dartmouth, MA: Fundacao
Luso-Americana and University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 2002.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Miliband-Poulantzas Debate: An Intellectual History.” Pp. 3-52 in Stanley Aronowitz and
Peter Bratsis, eds., Paradigm Lost: Revising State Theory. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press,
2002.
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Book Chapters (continued)
Barrow, Clyde W. “Southeastern Massachusetts Region.” Pp. 71-80 in Toward a New Prosperity: Building
Regional Competitiveness Across the Commonwealth. Boston: Massachusetts Department of Economic
Development, 2002: 71-80. http://www.massachusetts.edu/prosperity/
Barrow, Clyde W. and David R. Borges. “Cape and the Islands Region.” Pp. 81-90 in Toward a New Prosperity:
Building Regional Competitiveness Across the Commonwealth. Boston: Massachusetts Department of
Economic Development, 2002. http://www.massachusetts.edu/prosperity/
Barrow, Clyde W. “Beyond the Multiversity: Fiscal Crisis and the Changing Structure of Academic Labour.”
Pp. 159-78 in John Smyth, ed., Academic Work: The Changing Labour Process in Higher Education.
Buckingham, England: Open University Press, 1995.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Playing Workers: Proletarian Drama in the Curriculum of American Labor Colleges, 19211937.” Pp. 94-118 in Judith H. Balfe, ed., Paying the Piper: Causes and Consequences of Arts Patronage.
Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Reconstrucción de la Educación Superior Estadounidense: Liberalismo Corporativo,
Hegemonía Financiera e Intervencionismo Estatal.” Pp. 19-42 in Eduardo Colado Ibarra, ed.,
La Universidad Ante El Espejo De La Excelencia: Enjuegos Organizacionales. México City:
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, 1993.
Journal Articles (73)
Barrow, Clyde W. “Realpolitik in the American University: Charles A. Beard and the Problem of Academic
Repression,” New Political Science (in press, December 2014).
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Coming of the Corporate-Fascist University?: A Review Essay.” New Political Science
(in press, December 2014).
Barrow, Clyde and David R. Borges. “Casinos, Smoking Bans, and Revenues: A Survey of Casino
Gamblers in Illinois,” Gaming Law Review and Economics, Vol. 18, No. 6 (Summer 2014): 540-56.
Barrow, Clyde W. and David R. Borges. “Gravity Models and Casino Gaming: A Review, Critique, and
Modification,” Gaming Research and Review Journal, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Spring 2014): 49-82.
Barrow, Clyde W. “MegaCasinos Everywhere?: The Next Wave of U.S. Gaming Expansion,” Casino Enterprise
Management (February 2012): 35.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Politics Denied: Comment on Waismel’s and Lowi’s ‘Politics in Motion’,” New Political
Science, Vol. 33, No. 1 (March 2011): 79-86.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Rationality Crisis in U.S. Higher Education,” New Political Science, Vol. 32, No. 3
(September 2010): 317-44.
Reprinted in Itinerários – Fórum Global de Investigação Educacional, Vol. 1, No. 2 (May 2011): 9-30.
Barrow, Clyde W. and David R. Borges. “The New England Casino Gaming Updates: Patron Origin Analysis and a
Critique of its Critics,” Gaming Law Review and Economics, Vol. 14, No. 3 (April 2010): 175-86.
Barrow, Clyde W. and Matthew Hirschy. “The Persistence of Pseudo-Facts in the U.S. Casino Debate: The Case of
Massachusetts,” Gaming Law Review and Economics, Vol. 12, No. 4 (2008): 318-36.
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Barrow, Clyde W. “The Intellectual Origins of New Political Science,” New Political Science, Vol. 30, No. (June
2008): 215-44.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Casino Economics in the U.S. and New England,” Massachusetts Benchmarks: The Quarterly
Journal of the Massachusetts Economy, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Winter 2008): 11-20.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Plain Marxists, Sophisticated Marxists, and C. Wright Mills’ The Power Elite.” Science &
Society, Vol. 71, No. 4 (October 2007): 400-31.
Barrow, Clyde W., David Terkla, and Rebecca Loveland. “Sailing Into a Strong Future: The Massachusetts Marine
Science and Technology Industry,” Massachusetts Benchmarks: The Quarterly Journal of the
Massachusetts Economy, Vol. 7, No. 4 (Fall 2005): 14-21.
http://www.massbenchmarks.org/publications/issues/vol7i4/5.pdf
Barrow, Clyde W. “Cape Cod and the Islands: B&B + R&D = A New Economy.” Massachusetts Benchmarks:
The Quarterly Journal of the Massachusetts Economy, Vol. 7, No. 4 (Fall 2005): 22-30.
http://www.massbenchmarks.org/publications/issues/vol7i4/6.pdf
Barrow, Clyde W. “Die Ruckkehr des Staates: Globalisierung, Staatstheorie, und der neue Imperialismus.”
Sozialismus, 32.Jahrgang Heft Nr. 7-8 (Juli/August 2005): 40-54.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Return of the State: Globalization, State Theory, and the New Imperialism,” New Political
Science, Vol. 27, No. 2 (June 2005): 123-45.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Der Amerikanische Kulturkampf.” Zeitschrift Marxistische Erneuerung 61 (March 2005):
101-14.
Barrow, Clyde W., Rebecca Loveland, and David Terkla, The Marine Science and Technology Industry in New
England. Boston: Donahue Institute of Governmental Affairs, 2005. 16 pp.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Trade Liberalization and the Emergence of Multinational For-Profit Colleges and Universities.”
Educación Global, 8 (2004): 88-109.
Barrow, Clyde W. “La liberalización del comercio y la transnacionalización de la industria de la educación superior
de EU.” Revista de la Educación Superior, Vol. 33, No. 2 (Abril/June 2004): 87-98.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Staatstheorie und us-amerikanischer Superstaat,” Das Argument, No. 254 (January 2004):
82-91.
Barrow, Clyde W. “God, Money, and the State: The Spirits of American Empire,” Forschungsgruppe Europaische
Gemeinschaften Arbeitspapier 22 (January 2004): 1-48.
Dense, Jeffrey and Clyde W. Barrow. “Estimating Casino Expenditures by Out of State Patrons: Native American
Gaming in Connecticut.” Journal of Travel Research (May 2003): 410-15.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Southeastern Region.” Massachusetts Benchmarks: The Quarterly Review of Economic News &
Insight, Vol. 6, No. 1 (Winter/Spring 2003): 21-22.
Barrow, Clyde W. and David R. Borges. “Cape Cod and the Islands.” Massachusetts Benchmarks: The Quarterly
Review of Economic News & Insight, Vol. 6, No. 1 (Winter/Spring 2003): 23-24.
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Barrow, Clyde W. “Southeastern Massachusetts: Building a New Economy.” Massachusetts Benchmarks: The
Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Vol. 5, No. 4 (Summer 2002): 16-20.
Barrow, Clyde W. and Brian Rothschild. “Beyond Crisis Science and Emergency Legislation: What Do We Really
Know About Oil Spills?” Spill Science & Technology Bulletin, Vol. 7, Nos. 1-2 (November 2002): 3-6.
Barrow, Clyde W. and Shawna E. Sweeney. “Preface.” Spill Science & Technology Bulletin, Vol. 7, Nos. 1-2
(November 2002): 1-2.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Cape Cod and the Islands: More Than a Resort Economy.” Massachusetts Benchmarks: The
Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Vol. 4, No. 3 (Summer 2001): 17-23.
Barrow, Clyde W. “What is to Be Undone?: Academic Efficiency and the Corporate Ideal in American Higher
Education.” Found Object, No. 10 (Spring 2001): 149-80.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Corporate Power and Political Science: A Review Essay.” New Political Science, Vol. 23, No. 1
(March 2001): 147-55.
Barrow, Clyde W. “La planeacion estratégica y restructuración de la educación superior estadounidense.” Estudios
del Hombre, No. 12 (2000): 145-62.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Textile and Apparel Industries in Massachusetts: Lost Industries or Lost Opportunity?”
Massachusetts Benchmarks: The Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Vol. 3, no. 4 (Fall 2000):
2-17.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Restructuring Higher Education: A Post-Script on the Politicized Irrationality of Strategic
Planning.” Thought and Action: The NEA Higher Education Journal 16 (Fall 2000): 65-81.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Massachusetts’ Competitive Model of One-Stop Career Centers: Working or Not?” Pp. 21-58
in OWS Research Exchange: Occasional Papers, Occasional Paper 2000-04. Washington, D.C.:
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, August 2000.
Barrow, Clyde W. “NAFTA and Trilateral Cooperation in Higher Education: Policy Initiatives in the USA.”
Global Education 4 (2000): 95-120.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Marx Problem in Marxian State Theory.” Science & Society, Vol. 64, No. 1 (Spring 2000):
87-118.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Southeastern Massachusetts: From Deindustrialization to Divergence.” Massachusetts
Benchmarks: The Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Vol. 3, no. 2 (Spring 2000): 18-22.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Higher Education Policies and the North American Free Trade Agreement: The United States
Case.” Global Education 3 (1999): 139-55.
Barrow, Clyde W. “John Brophy.” In John A. Garraty, ed., American National Biography, Vol. 3. New York:
Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 635-36.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Richard T. Ely.” In John A. Garraty, ed., American National Biography, Vol. 7. New York:
Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 475-76.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Sydney George Fisher.” John A. Garraty, ed., American National Biography, Vol. 8. New
York: Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 19-20.
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Barrow, Clyde W. “Allen Johnson.” In John A. Garraty, ed., American National Biography, Vol. 9. New York:
Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 36-37.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Abraham J. Muste.” In John A. Garraty, ed., American National Biography, Vol. 16. New
York: Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 192-93.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Southeastern Massachusetts: A Region of Growth Without Development.” Massachusetts
Benchmarks: The Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Vol. 1, no. 3 (Summer 1998):
9-10, 15-17.
Barrow, Clyde W., David R. Borges, and Robert L. Calhoun. Regional Commercial Airports: Governance and
Marketing. Management Information Series Report, Vol. 29, No. 1. Washington, D.C.: International
City/County Management Association, 1998. 24 pp.
Barrow, Clyde W. “State Theory and the Dependency Principle: An Institutionalist Critique of the Business
Climate Concept.” Journal of Economic Issues 32 (March 1998): 1-38.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Diversionary Thesis and the Dialectic of Imperialism: Charles A. Beard’s Theory of
Foreign Policy Revisited.” Studies in American Political Development 11 (Fall 1997): 248-291.
Barrow, Clyde W. “La Estrategia del la Excelencia Selectiva.” Perfiles Educativos, Vol. 19, Nos. 76-77 (Fall
1997): 138-63.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Building a Workers’ Republic: Charles A. Beard’s Critique of Liberalism in the 1930s.”
Polity 30 (Fall 1997): 29-56.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Southeastern Massachusetts: Staying Ahead of the Curve - A Second Chance,” Massachusetts
Benchmarks: The Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Vol. 1, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 15.
http://www.massbenchmarks.org/issues/97fall/97fall_fromthefield.html
Barrow, Clyde W. and William Hogan. “The Clean Water Act as an Unfunded Mandate: The Problem of Financing
Combined Sewer Overflow Projects.” New England Journal of Public Policy 12 (Fall/Winter 1996):
141-62.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Strategy of Selective Excellence: Redesigning Higher Education for Global Competition in
a Postindustrial Society.” Higher Education, Vol. 31, No. 4 (June 1996): 447-69.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The New Economy and the Restructuring of Higher Education.” Thought and Action: The NEA
Higher Education Journal 12 (Spring 1996): 37-54. Reprinted in special retrospective edition, Thought
and Action: The NEA Higher Education Journal 16 (Fall 2000): 65-81.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Beyond Progressivism: Charles A. Beard’s Social Democratic Theory of American Political
Development.” Studies in American Political Development 8 (Fall 1994): 231-81.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Will the Fiscal Crisis Force Higher Education to Restructure?” Thought and Action: The NEA
Higher Education Journal 9 (Fall 1993): 25-39.
Barrow, Clyde W. “La Crisis Fiscal: Un Catalizador de la Reforma en Educacion Superior Estadounidense.”
El Cotidiano, (Junio 1993): 52-59.
Barrow, Clyde W. “De la Multiuniversidad a la Flexiuniversidad: La Reorganización Post-Industrial del Trabajo
Académico.” El Cotidiano, (Junio 1993):28-35.
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Barrow, Clyde W. “Rejoinder: On the Concept of State Autonomy.” Studies in American Political Development
6 (Spring 1992): 464-65.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Corporate Liberalism, Finance Hegemony, and Central State Intervention in the Reconstruction
of American Higher Education.” Studies in American Political Development 6 (Spring 1992): 420-44.
Barrow, Clyde W. “From Marx to Madison: The Seligman Connection in Charles Beard’s Constitutional Theory.”
Polity 25 (Spring 1992): 379-97.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Playing Workers: Proletarian Drama in the Curriculum of American Labor Colleges, 19211937.” Journal of Arts Management and Law 20 (Winter 1991): 5-29.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Social Investment in Massachusetts Public Higher Education: A Comparative Analysis.”
New England Journal of Public Policy 7 (Spring/Summer 1991): 85-110.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Desert Storm and U.S. Domestic Energy Policy.” Middle East International No. 393 (February
8, 1991): 23-25.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Counter-Movement Within the Labor Movement: Workers' Education and the American
Federation of Labor, 1900-1937.” Social Science Journal 27 (October 1990): 395-417.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Styles of Intellectualism in Weber's Historical Sociology.” Sociological Inquiry 60 (Spring
1990): 47-61.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Unions and Community Mobilization: The 1988 Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Campaign.”
Labor Studies Journal 14 (Winter 1990): 18-39.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Pedagogy, Politics, and Social Reform: The Philosophy of the Workers' Education Movement.”
Strategies: A Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics No. 2 (Fall 1989): 45-66.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Charles A. Beard's Social Democracy: A Critique of the Populist-Progressive Style in American
Political Thought.” Polity 21 (Winter 1988): 253-76.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Historical Criticism of the U.S. Constitution in Populist-Progressive Political Theory.” History
of Political Thought 9 (Spring 1988): 111-28.
Barrow, Clyde W. “Intellectuals in Contemporary Social Theory: A Radical Critique.” Sociological Inquiry
57 (Fall 1987): 415-30.
Barrow, Clyde W. “The Historical Problem of Political Organization in Sartre’s Existential Marxism.” History of
Political Thought 7 (Winter 1986): 527-36.
Book Reviews (41)
“Review of Corporate Power and the Environment: The Political Economy of U.S. Environmental Policy by George
A. Gonzalez.” American Political Science Review 96 (June 2002): 420-21.
“Review of Left Out: Pragmatism, Exceptionalism, and the Poverty of American Marxism, 1890-1922 by Brian
Lloyd.” American Political Science Review 92 (September 1998): 710.
“Review of The General Will: Rousseau, Marx, and Communism by Andrew Levine.” American Political Science
Review 89 (March 1995): 185.
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Book Reviews (continued)
“Review of The War on Labor and the Left: Understanding America’s Unique Conservatism by Patricia Cayo
Sexton.” Perspectives on Political Science 22 (Fall 1993): 175
Reprinted in Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 531 (1994): 214-15.
“Review of Yankee Leviathan: The Origins of Central State Authority in America, 1859-1877 by Richard Franklin
Bensel.” Journal of Politics 54 (May 1992): 601-04.
“Review of The Unvarnished Doctrine: Locke, Liberalism, and the American Revolution by Steven M. Dworetz
and A Union of Interests: Political and Economic Thought in Revolutionary America by Cathy D.
Matson and Peter S. Onuf.” American Political Science Review 86 (March 1992): 210-11.
“Review of Critique of Economic Reason by Andre Gorz.” Perspectives on Political Science 20 (Winter 1992): 61.
“Review of History and Totality: Radical Historicism from Hegel to Foucault by John E. Grumley.” Perspectives
on Political Science 19 (Spring 1990): 102.
“Review of Universal Abandon?: The Politics of Postmodernism, edited by Andrew Ross.” Labor Studies
Journal 15 (Summer 1990): 84-6.
“Review of Return of the Actor: Social Theory in Postindustrial Society by Alain Touraine.” Labor Studies
Journal 14 (Fall 1989): 69-70.
“Review of The Meaning of Crisis: A Theoretical Introduction by James O'Connor.” Journal of Politics 51
(August 1989): 63-66.
“Review of The American Revolution and the Politics of Liberty by Robert H. Webking.” Perspective 18 (Summer
1989): 99.
“Review of City and Regime in the American Republic by Stephen L. Elkin.” Perspective 17 (Summer 1988): 133.
“Review of The Democratic Imagination in America: Conversations with Our Past by Russell L. Hanson.”
Perspective 17 (Winter 1988): 10-11.
Reprinted in Queen’s Quarterly 95 (Spring 1988): 209-11.
“Review of Prisoners of the American Dream: Politics and Economy in the History of the U.S. Working Class by
Mike Davis.” Perspective 15 (July/August 1986): 106.
-- An additional 30 reviews published in Choice (1986 - 2009).
Magazine/Trade/Newspaper Publications (72)
“The Center for Policy Analysis After 30 Years,” New Bedford Standard-Times, March 12, 2014..
“30 Years of Policy Analysis: It’s More Than Just Casino-Related Data At UMass-Dartmouth Center,” Banker &
Tradesman, January 13, 2014, p. 5.
“Gambling Arms Race is Really Just Beginning,” Quincy Patriot Ledger, July 17, 2013.
“Gambling Arms Race is Really Just Beginning,” Brockton Enterprise, July 17, 2013.
“Expert Analysis: Gaming Arms Race is Really Just Beginning,” Taunton Daily Gazette, July 14, 2013.
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“Focus Analysis: Gaming Arms Race is Really Just Beginning,” Fall River Herald News, July 14, 2013.
“States Going All In On Gambling,” Hartford Courant, June 9, 2013.
“Research Report Without Research Contributes Nothing to Toronto Casino Debate,” Toronto Star, April 12, 2013.
“Recession is Over in Massachusetts, Again: But Unemployment Remains High in Gateway Cities, Semi-Rural
Towns,” Banker & Tradesman, March 31, 2013.
“More Funding for Public Higher Education? Not Without Accountability!,” Banker & Tradesman, February 4,
2013, p. 5.
“Opinion: UMD’s Explanations Don’t Add Up,” Fall River Herald News, February 3, 2013, p. B-2.
“Education Reform Falls Flat in Southeastern Massachusetts: Or Let’s Stop Kicking a Dead Horse,”
Banker & Tradesman, November 18, 2012, p. 5.
“Casinos Will Help End Blue-Collar Recession,” Banker & Tradesman, September 2012, p. C4.
“Biased for Jobs!” Fall River Herald News, October 24, 2009, p. B-2.
“Biased in Favor of Jobs!” New Bedford Standard-Times, October 23, 2009, p. A-4.
“Commentary: Poll Was Accurate Indicator of People’s Views on Power Plant,” Brockton Enterprise,
August 14, 2009.
“With a Resort Casino, NH Would Hit the Jackpot,” Manchester Union-Leader, February 25, 2009, p. 9.
“Resort Casinos Give Bigger Bang for the Buck,” Nashua Telegraph, February 19, 2009.
“Don’t Exaggerate Casino Crime Link,” Portland Press Herald, September 27, 2008. Reprinted in Maine Sunday
Telegram, September 27, 2008.
“’Casino Culture Rhetoric is Just That,” New Bedford Standard-Times, May 12, 2008, p. A-10.
“Q&A with Clyde Barrow on…Gambling on the Future,” Cape Business (July/August 2007).
“Business Currents in Plymouth County: Q&A with Dr. Clyde W. Barrow,” Plymouth Business (March 2007).
“Rough Spots Ahead for Cape Economy: Though Cape Tourism Might Benefit as People Stay Closer to Home,”
Cape Business (June/July 2006).
“The Cape Economy – Where We Are, Where We’re Going,” Cape Business (April/May 2006): 7
“Must We Fold a Good Hand?,” Boston Herald, August 20, 2005, p. 14.
“SouthCoast Signals: Measuring SouthCoast’s Social Capital,” New Bedford Sunday Standard-Times, May 1,
2005, p. B-7.
“SouthCoast Signals: Education is Still the Area’s Number One Problem,” New Bedford Sunday
Standard-Times, March 13, 2005, p. B-7.
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“SouthCoast Signals: Economic Building Blocs Put in Place,” New Bedford Sunday Standard-Times,
January 16, 2005, p. B-7.
“Union Doesn’t Speak for Most UMass Faculty,” Fall River Herald-News, December 9, 2004, p. A-6.
“UMass Faculty Group Uses Flawed Logic,” New Bedford Standard-Times, October 26, 2004, p. A-11.
“Massachusetts and Rhode Island Spend BIG in Connecticut Casinos,” Business Journal of Southeastern
Massachusetts (January 2004): 12-14.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Educational Statistics,” New Bedford Sunday Standard-Times,
June 22, 2003, pp. B-8.
“Portuguese Adapt to Changing Conditions,” New Bedford Sunday Standard-Times, March 3, 2003, pp. B 1, 7.
“The Political Culture of the South Coast’s ‘Portuguese Archipelago’,” South Coast Insider, Vol. 6, No. 7 (August
2002): 14-17.
“Probe Rhode Island Casino’s Location, Impact,” Providence Sunday Journal, July 28, 2002, p. E-8.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Elderly Polled on Activity, Interaction,” New Bedford Sunday
Standard-Times, July 21, 2002, p. B-7.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Data Show SouthCoast Crime Rate Is In Decline,” New Bedford
Sunday Standard-Times, June 23, 2002, p. B-7.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Tracking SouthCoast’s Voting and Volunteering,” New
Bedford Sunday Standard-Times, June 2, 2002, p. B-6.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Taking the Measure of Area’s Health,” New Bedford Sunday
Standard-Times, May 19, 2002, p. B-6.
(with Dan Georgianna). “Tax Cuts Got Us Into This Mess,” New Bedford Sunday Standard-Times, May 11,
2002, p. B-2.
(with Dan Georgianna). “Tax Cuts in the 1990s are to Blame for State’s Current Fiscal Crisis,” New Bedford
Sunday Standard-Times, May 5, 2002, p. B-2.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: SouthCoast Addictions; A Look at the Data,” New Bedford
Sunday Standard-Times, April 28, 2002, p. B-6.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Buzzards Bay’s Health is Beginning to Ebb,” New Bedford
Sunday Standard-Times, April 14, 2002, p. B-7.
(with Shawna E. Sweeney). “Tourism and Regional Cooperation,” SouthCoast Insider (April 2002): 30.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: SouthCoast Shows Progress in Recycling,” New Bedford
Sunday Standard-Times, March 31, 2002, p. B-6.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Lifelong Learning Vital to SouthCoast,” New Bedford Sunday
Standard-Times, March 10, 2002, p. B-7.
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(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Creative Industries Have Economic Impact,” New Bedford Sunday
Standard-Times, February 24, 2002, p. B-5.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: SouthCoast Economy Facing Some Changes,” New Bedford Sunday
Standard-Times, February 10, 2002, p. B-6.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Agriculture, Fishing Still Important to Economy,” New Bedford
Sunday Standard-Times, January 17, 2002, p. B-7.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: SouthCoast Sees More Jobs,” New Bedford Sunday StandardTimes, January 13, 2002, p. B-4.
“International Students and Counter-Terrorist Policy,” NEA Advocate (December 2001): 6.
http://www.nea.org/he/advo01/advo0112/dialog.html
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Measuring Wages and Housing Affordability,” New Bedford
Sunday Standard-Times, December 16, 2001, p. B-6.
(with David R. Borges). “SouthCoast Signals: Center’s Report on Education,” New Bedford Sunday StandardTimes, November 11, 2001, p. B-6.
“From Treaty to Partnership,” Canadian Internationalist: Canadian Bureau of International Education,
Vol. 10, No. 4 (Winter 2000): 4-5.
“It Has Never Been Easy for Unions,” New Bedford Sunday Standard-Times, February 27, 2000, p. A-11.
“The Skills Gap and Tomorrow’s Jobs,” SouthCoast Insider (November 1998): 16-17, 23.
“Faculty are Educators, Not Social Workers,” On Campus: Official Publication/American Federation of
Teachers, Vol. 17, no. 11 (November 1998): 4.
“Airport Expansion Prepared for Take Off,” SouthCoast Insider (April 1998): 23.
“Weak Economic Base, Skills Gap at Root of SouthCoast Unemployment Problem,” New Bedford
Standard-Times, February 14, 1998, p. A-11.
“Social Democracy Against Liberalism: ‘Consensus History and the Two Progressivisms in American Political
Thought,” Clio: Newsletter of Politics and History, Vol. 8, no. 1 (Fall/Winter 1997-98): 10.
“The Massachusetts Benchmarks Initiative,” South Coast Insider, Vol. 2, No. 1 (January/February 1998): 29.
“Political Leadership and Regional Cooperation,” South Coast Insider, Vol. 1, No. 5 (September 1, 1997), p. 8.
“Casino Gaming -- A Need for Definitive Study on Its Impact,” South Coast Insider, Vol. 1, No. 1 (May 1, 1997),
p. 8.
“The New Economy and the New Curriculum: Trends in U.S. Higher Education,” CHE’s News: Puerto Rico
Council on Higher Education, Vol. 1, No. 3 (March 1997): 3-4, 19-20.
“State Theory and the Dependency Principle: A Neo-Institutionalist Critique,” Clio: Newsletter of Politics and
History, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 1995-96): 11.
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Magazine/Trade/Newspaper Publications (continued)
“Student Evaluations Need Not Cause Grade Inflation,” On Campus: Official Publication/American Federation of
Teachers, Vol. 13, no. 7 (April 1994): 4.
“UMass Needs Competitive Pay,” New Bedford Standard-Times, September 19, 1992, p. A7.
“Tax Rollback Initiative is Bad for Business,” Fall River Herald-News, October 10, 1990, p. 4. Reprinted in
The MFT Federation Paper, October 1990, p. 12 and The Attleboro Sun, October 14, 1990.
“State Shortchanges Colleges That Draw Most State Students,” The Attleboro Sun, June 17, 1990.
“Commentary: State Lags in Support of Public Higher Education,” Fall River Herald-News, May 21, 1990, p. 4.
“The 1988 Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Initiative,” New Bedford Standard-Times Magazine,
November 20, 1988, p. 3.
Applied Policy Research Reports (157)
-- Principal investigator or supervisor on applied policy research projects supported by approximately $3.5 - $4
million in external funding over the last 22 years. Additional proprietary and confidential reports commissioned in
private practice.
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2013. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, July 2013.
(with David R. Borges). Bring It on Home: An Overview of Gaming Behavior in New England; Results of the 4th
Biennial New England Gaming Behavior Survey, Vol. I. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy
Analysis, March 2013.
(with David R. Borges). Bring It on Home: An Overview of Gaming Behavior in New England; Results of the 4th
Biennial New England Gaming Behavior Survey. Volume II: Maine & New Hampshire. North Dartmouth,
MA: Center for Policy Analysis, March 2013.
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2012. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2012.
(with David R. Borges). SouthCoast Health System: Economic Contributions to the Regional and State Economies.
North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, September 2012.
Statewide Casino Poll: Bay Staters Support Governor's and Legislative Leaders' Proposal to License Three Resort
Casinos and One Slot Parlor. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2012.
Place Your Bet III: Who Gambles at Connecticut’s Casinos and Rhode Island’s Slot Parlors?
North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, May 2011.
The Attitudes of Illinois Residents Toward Smoke Free Casinos. Springfield, Illinois: American Lung Association,
May 2011.
Place Your Bet II: The Potential Competitive Advantage of Smoke Free Casinos in Massachusetts.
North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, April 2011.
Place Your Bet I: Do Massachusetts Residents Still Want Resort Casinos? North Dartmouth, MA:
Center for Policy Analysis, April 2011.
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Applied Policy Monographs (continued)
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2011. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2011.
(with David R. Borges). Business Confidence and Policy Priorities Survey. Boston, MA: Nutter, McClennen &
Fish, LLP Attorneys at Law, March 2011.
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2010. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2010.
(with David R. Borges). Casino Gaming in Massachusetts: A Public Opinion Survey of New Bedford,
Massachusetts Residents. East Longmeadow, MA: Northeast Resorts Group, LLC, 2010.
(with David R. Borges). Casino Gaming in Massachusetts: A Public Opinion Survey of Palmer, Massachusetts
Residents. East Longmeadow, MA: Northeast Resorts Group, LLC, 2010.
(with David R. Borges). Cape Wind: Public Opinion Survey to Measure Support for Off-Shore Windpower Among
Massachusetts Residents. Hyannis: Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound. 2010.
(with David R. Borges and Matthew Hirschy). Public Opinion Poll of Brockton, Massachusetts Residents
Regarding a Plan to Build a Natural Gas Power Plant in Oak Hill Industrial Park. Boston, MA:
Advanced Power, LLC., 2009.
(with David R. Borges). Casino Gaming in Massachusetts: A Public Opinion Survey of Palmer, Massachusetts
Residents. East Longmeadow, MA: Northeast Resorts Group, LLC, 2009.
Playing the Odds II: Who Gambles at New England’s Casinos and Racinos? North Dartmouth, MA: Center for
Policy Analysis, 2009 (New England Biennial Gaming Behavior Survey).
Playing the Odds I: Why Massachusetts Residents Want Resort Casinos. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy
Analysis, 2009 (New England Biennial Gaming Behavior Survey).
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2009. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2009.
(with David R. Borges). SouthCoast Signals, 2008 (Year 9). North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis,
2008.
Circuit City: Its Economic & Fiscal Impact Analysis on Barnstable, Massachusetts. North Dartmouth, MA: Center
for Policy Analysis, 2008.
Newport Opera House: An Economic Impact Analysis. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2008.
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2008. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2008.
(with David R. Borges). Cape Cod Wastewater Survey. Barnstable, Massachusetts: Cape Cod Wastewater
Commission, 2008.
The Fiscal Impacts of a Circuit City on the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts. North Dartmouth,
MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2008.
(with David R. Borges). Casino Gaming in Massachusetts: A Statewide Public Opinion Survey of Massachusetts
Residents. East Longmeadow, MA: Northeast Resorts Group, LLC, 2008.
(with David R. Borges). Casino Gaming in Massachusetts: A Public Opinion Survey of Palmer, Massachusetts
Residents. East Longmeadow, MA: Northeast Resorts Group, LLC, 2008.
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Applied Policy Monographs (continued)
(with David R. Borges). Casino Gaming in Massachusetts: A Public Opinion Survey of New Bedford,
Massachusetts Residents. East Longmeadow, MA: Northeast Resorts Group, LLC, 2008.
(with David R. Borges). Boston Cyberarts Program Evaluation and Economic Impact Analysis. North Dartmouth,
MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod Legal Needs Assessment. North Dartmouth,
MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2007.
Governor Deval Patrick’s Proposal for Three Destination Resort Casinos in Massachusetts: A Public Opinion
Survey. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Town of Carver Cable Television Survey: An Evaluation of Citizen Satisfaction. North
Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). SouthCoast Signals, 2007. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Somerville Arts Union: Program Evaluation & Economic Impact Analysis. North
Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2007.
Maximum Bet: A Preliminary Blueprint for Casino Gaming & Economic Development in Massachusetts. North
Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Narragansett Indian Casino: Do Rhode Islanders Support the Tribe's Right to Build a
Casino on Their Tribal Lands? North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, New England Gaming
Research Project, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Taking the Gamble VI: What’s Happening with Maine's New Slot Parlor? North
Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, New England Gaming Research Project, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Taking the Gamble V: Is Gambling a Problem in New England? North Dartmouth, MA:
Center for Policy Analysis, New England Gaming Research Project, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Taking the Gamble IV: Who Gambles at Rhode Island’s Racinos? North Dartmouth, MA:
Center for Policy Analysis, New England Gaming Research Project, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Taking the Gamble III: Who Gambles at Connecticut’s Casinos? North Dartmouth, MA:
Center for Policy Analysis, New England Gaming Research Project, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Taking the Gamble II: Do Massachusetts Residents Want Slots at the State's Racetracks?
North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, New England Gaming Research Project, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Taking the Gamble I: Do Massachusetts Residents Want a Resort Casino? North
Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, New England Gaming Research Project, 2007.
(with David R. Borges). Narragansett Indian Casino: The Fiscal & Economic Impacts of ConstitutionallyMandated Property Tax Relief. Providence, RI: Rhode Island Building Trades Council, 2006.
(with David R. Borges). SouthCoast Signals, 2006. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2006.
(with David R. Borges). Frederick Douglass Avenue/Brockton Downtown Revitalization Feasibility Report.
Brockton, Mass.: Kendell Hotel Group, LLC, 2006.
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Fiscal Impact Analysis of a West Warwick Resort Casino. Providence, RI: Rhode Island House of Representatives,
2006. (New England Gaming Research Project).
(with Nina Galipeau). SouthCoast Workforce Development Update: The Local Economic Impact of Bank Mergers.
New Bedford: Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board, 2006.
(with David R. Borges). Cable TV: A Survey of Citizen Satisfaction Survey. Revere, Mass.: Office of the Mayor,
2006.
(with David R. Borges and Nina Galipeau). Marion 2015: A Ten-Year Plan. Marion, Mass.: Board of Selectmen,
2006.
(with David R. Borges). Somerville Arts Union: Program Evaluation & Economic Impact Analysis. North
Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis.
(with David R. Borges and Nina Galipeau). Town of Provincetown Tourism & Visitors’ Surveys. Provincetown,
Mass.: Provincetown Economic Development Task Force, 2006.
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2006. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, New England
Gaming Research Project, 2006.
(with Nina Galipeau). Home for Aged People in Fall River: A Strategic Plan. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2006.
(with David R. Borges). A Survey of Gambling Behavior in SouthCoast Massachusetts. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, New England Gaming Research Project, 2005.
(with David R. Borges). Public Knowledge of Wastewater Issues in Barnstable County. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2005.
(with David R. Borges), Boston Cyberarts: Program Evaluation & Economic Impact Analysis, 2005. North
Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2005.
Life of Facility Gambling Revenues, 1992-2005. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, New
England Gaming Research Project, 2005.
(with Nina Galipeau). Portuguese-Americans in the Massachusetts Power Structure: A Positional Analysis. North
Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Portuguese Studies & Culture, 2005.
(with David R. Borges and Nina Galipeau). Cape Cod Times Public Opinion Poll No. 1. Hyannis, Mass.:
Cape Cod Times and WCAI Radio
(with Jeffrey Robinson). Westport Municipal Management: A Report to the Westport Board of Selectmen. North
Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis.
(with David R. Borges). SouthCoast Signals, 2005. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2005.
(with David R. Borges). Arts, Artisans, and Cultural Organizations: Economic Impact of an Emerging Industry on
Cape Cod and the Islands. North Dartmouth, MA: Center for Policy Analysis, 2005.
(with David R. Borges). Fall River Public Schools: Community Report Card, 2004. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2005.
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(with Jeff Robinson and Victor DeSantis). Westport Municipal Management: A Report to the Westport Board of
Selectmen. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2005.
(with Gail Russell). Home for Aged People in Fall River: An Organizational Analysis. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2005.
The Fiscal Impacts of a Proposed Shopping Center in Tiverton, Rhode Island: A Preliminary Estimate.
North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis.
New England Casino Gaming Update, 2005. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2005.
(with David R. Borges). SouthCoast Signals, 2004. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2004.
More Than Dollars Alone: The Economic & Security Significance of Hanscom Air Force Base & Natick Soldier
Systems Center. Boston: Donahue Institute and MassDevelopment Corporation, 2004.
(with David R. Borges). Lowell Public Schools: Community Report Card, 2003. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2004.
(with David R. Borges). Fall River Public Schools: Community Report Card, 2003. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2004.
(with Nina Galipeau). SouthCoast Workforce Development Update: Banking. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for
Policy Analysis and Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board, 2004.
(with David R. Borges and Nina Galipeau). Economic & Fiscal Impact Analysis for a West Warwick Resort
Casino. Providence, Rhode Island: State Senate, 2004.
(with David R. Borges, Nina Galipeau, and Andrea Davis). Market Analysis for a West Warwick Resort Casino.
Providence, Rhode Island: State Senate, 2004.
(with David R. Borges). Patron Origin Analysis: Foxwoods Resort Casino & Mohegan Sun Casino, 2004.
Providence, Rhode Island: State Senate, 2004.
Paying Its Way and More: Intel Massachusetts; An Economic & Fiscal Impact Analysis. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Intel, Inc., 2004.
(with David R. Borges). Fall River Public Schools: Community Report Card, 2002. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2003.
(with David R. Borges). SouthCoast Signals, 2003. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2003.
(with Philip H. Melanson). Town of Dartmouth: Department of Public Works Efficiency, Productivity, and Fiscal
Effort Analysis. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2003.
Super Stop & Shop: Fiscal Impact Analysis. North Dartmouth: Center for Policy Analysis and Atlantis
Development, LLC, 2003).
(with David R. Borges). Sandwich Community Report Card, 2002. North Dartmouth: Center for Policy Analysis,
2002.
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(with Philip H. Melanson and Victor S. DeSantis). Municipal Management for the Future: A Report to the
Mattapoisett Board Selectmen. North Dartmouth: Center for Policy Analysis, 2002.
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney). Cape & Islands Workforce Investment Board: Regional
Blueprint, 2002. Hyannis, Mass.: Cape & Islands Workforce Investment Board and Center for Policy
Analysis, 2002.
(with Shawna E. Sweeney). SouthCoast Tourism Weekend (May 17 – 19, 2002): Economic Impact Analysis.
North Dartmouth: Center for Policy Analysis, 2002.
(with David R. Borges). Fall River Public Schools: Community Report Card, 2001. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2002.
(with David R. Borges). Town of Marion Affordable Housing Concept: Report to the Marion Board of Selectmen
and the Marion Housing Committee. North Dartmouth: Center for Policy Analysis, 2002.
(with David R. Borges). Fall River Master School Building Oversight Committee: Final Report. North Dartmouth:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2002.
“Economic Security.” In Working Families: Fighting for Our Common Wealth; The 2002 Massachusetts AFL-CIO
Public Policy Agenda. Boston: Massachusetts AFL-CIO, 2002. 4pp.
Massachusetts Statewide Economic Development Strategy: Southeastern Massachusetts. Boston: Donahue
Institute and Massachusetts Department of Economic Development, 2002.
(with David R. Borges). Massachusetts Statewide Economic Development Strategy: Cape Cod & the Islands.
Boston: Donahue Institute and Massachusetts Department of Economic Development, 2002.
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney). New Bedford Housing Authority Drug Elimination Program:
A Survey of Residents. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2001.
(with David R. Borges). Greater Brockton Economic Base Analysis: Critical and Emerging Industries and
Workforce Development Targets. North Dartmouth: Donahue Institute for Government Affairs and
Center for Policy Analysis, 2001. http://www.umassd.edu/cfpa/Brockton.pdf
(with Shawna E. Sweeney). Hometown Tourism Weekend (October 11 – 14, 2001): Economic Impact Analysis.
North Dartmouth: Center for Policy Analysis.
(with Shawna E. Sweeney). New Bedford Housing Authority: HOPE VI Caroline Street Program Evaluation.
North Dartmouth: Center for Policy Analysis, 2001.
(with David R. Borges and Steven Andrade). Developing Strategies for Recruiting, Retaining, and Training the
Workforce of Tomorrow: A Blueprint for Action. Boston: Donahue Institute of Government Affairs and
Center for Policy Analysis, 2001. http://www.umassd.edu/cfpa/BWIB.pdf
(with David R. Borges). Greater New Bedford Economic Base Analysis: Critical and Emerging Industries and
Workforce Development Targets. North Dartmouth: Center for Policy Analysis, 2001.
Pariposer Elastomer Interconnects: A Technology Assessment. New Bedford: 429 Church Street Partners.
BJ’s Wholesale Club: Economic and Fiscal Impacts on Cape Cod. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 2001.
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Applied Policy Monographs (continued)
(with Paul Vigeant and David R. Borges). Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board: Strategic Plan,
2000 – 2005. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis.
(with David R. Borges). Fall River Public Schools: Community Report Card, 2000. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2000. http://www.umassd.edu/cfpa/rptcd00.pdf
(with David R. Borges). Help!Wanted: Cape Cod’s Seasonal Workforce. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for
Policy Analysis, 2000. http://www.umassd.edu/cfpa/Helpwanted.pdf
(with David R. Borges, Luis Dias, and Shawna E. Sweeney). Civic Participation among the Portuguese
in Taunton, Massachusetts: A Survey. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis,
2000.
(with David R. Borges). Westport Community Schools: Community Report Card, 2000. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2000.
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney), Economic Security: The Attitudes of Portuguese-Americans in
Southeastern Massachusetts. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2000.
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney. Political Knowledge and Trust in Government: The Attitudes of
Portuguese-Americans in Southeastern Massachusetts. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 2000.
(with David R. Borges). Sandwich Public Schools: Community Report Card, 2000. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 2000. http://www.sandwich.k12.ma.us/report_card_2000.pdf
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney). New Bedford Housing Authority Drug Elimination Program:
A Survey of Residents. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2000.
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney). Fall River Housing Authority Drug Elimination Program:
A Survey of Residents. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 2000.
(with David R. Borges). Fall River Public Schools: Community Report Card, 1999. North Dartmouth, Mass.:
Center for Policy Analysis, 1999. http://www.umassd.edu/cfpa/rptcd99.pdf
(with Shawna E. Sweeney and Diane Pimentel). Portuguese Language Instruction in Massachusetts Public
Schools, Colleges, and Universities: A Survey. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Portuguese Studies and
Culture, 1999.
“Economic Security.” In Work and Family: Putting People First; Labor’s Public Policy Agenda for
Massachusetts in 1998 and Beyond. Boston: Massachusetts AFL-CIO, 1998. 6pp.
(with Victor DeSantis, David R. Borges, and Shawna E. Sweeney). Municipal Management 2000: A Report to the
Acushnet, Massachusetts Board of Selectmen. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 1999.
http://www.s-t.com/daily/09-99/09-16-99/c03lo071.htm
(with David R. Borges and Michelle A. Cote). New Bedford Housing Authority Drug Elimination Program:
Technical Assistance Report II. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 1999.
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Applied Policy Monographs (continued)
(with David R. Borges). Economic & Fiscal Impact of Three Casino & Entertainment Resorts in Massachusetts:
Salisbury Beach, Hampden & Bristol Counties. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis,
1999. MR 378.5M3 S72 C4 E26 1999
(with Jeffrey Dense and Emily Hodgson). Casino Gaming and State Lotteries: A Fiscal Impact Analysis. North
Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 1999. MR 378.5M3 S72 C4 C37 1999
(with Jeffrey Dense, David R. Borges, Shawna E. Sweeney, and Michelle A. Cote). Patron Origin Analysis: New
Hampshire Greyhound & Thoroughbred Racing Facilities. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 1999.
(with Jeffrey Dense, David R. Borges, Shawna E. Sweeney, and Michelle A. Cote). Patron Origin Analysis:
Foxwoods Resort Casino & Mohegan Sun Casino. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis,
1999.
(with David R. Borges). 1999. Fall River Community Report Card, 1998. Fall River, Mass.: Fall River School
Department, 1997. 68 pp.
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney). Convention & Public Assembly Facilities Market & Feasibility
Study: Southeast Region; supplemental report. Boston: Executive Office of Administration & Finance,
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1999.
(with David R. Borges and Michelle A. Cote). Water Use in Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod:
Implications for the Cranberry Industry. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 1999.
(with Marc Salerno). Ball Grid Array and Isothermal Compliant Solder Technology: A Technology Assessment.
North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis.
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney). Convention & Public Assembly Facilities Market & Feasibility
Study: Cape Cod Region. Boston: Executive Office of Administration & Finance, Commonwealth of
Massachusetts, 1998.
(with David R. Borges and Shawna E. Sweeney). Convention & Public Assembly Facilities Market & Feasibility
Study: Southeast Region. Boston: Executive Office of Administration & Finance, Commonwealth of
Massachusetts, 1998.
(with David R. Borges). University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Enrollment Projections, 1999 – 2009. North
Dartmouth, Mass.: Office of the Chancellor, 1998.
(with Victor DeSantis, David R. Borges, and Philip H. Melanson). Municipal Management for the Future: A
Report to the Marion, Massachusetts Board of Selectmen. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis.
Brake-By-Wire: A Technology Assessment. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 1998. 104pp.
(with David R. Borges). Twenty-First Century Schools: Building for the Future, 2 Vols. North Dartmouth,
Mass.: Center for Policy Analysis, 1998. 88pp.
(with William Hogan and David R. Borges). Improving Municipal Management II: A Progress Report to the
Mayor of Fall River (with updated recommendations). North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 1998. 83pp.
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Applied Policy Monographs (continued)
(with David R. Borges). A Comparison of Commercially Farmed Scallops and Harvested Wild Scallops: A
Survey of Market Attitudes Toward Price and Quality. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 1998. 22pp.
(with David R. Borges). The SouthCoast Regional Education Compact: The Demand for SCANS Competencies
and Foundation Skills Among SouthCoast Employers. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 1997. 53pp.
(with David R. Borges). 1997. Fall River Community Report Card, 1997. Fall River, Mass.: Fall River School
Department, 1997. 62 pp.
(with David R. Borges). Sandwich Community Report Card, 1997. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 1997. 59 pp.
Ocean Side Plaza Patron Survey. New Bedford, Mass.: JCV Property Management, Inc., 1997. 18pp.
(with David R. Borges). Stoneham Community Report Card, 1997. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 1997. 59 pp.
(with David R. Borges, Robert Hackey, Victor DeSantis, and Paul Vigeant). Fall River Housing Authority:
HOPE VI/ Campus of Learners Feasibility Study. Fall River, Mass.: Fall River Housing Authority.
Economic Impacts of the Fairhaven A.T.&T Facility. New Bedford, Mass.: Moore & Isherwood, Inc., 1997. 2pp.
(with David R. Borges). A Closer Look at the Lawrence Public Schools, 1997. Lawrence, Mass.: Lawrence
School Department. 65 pp.
(with David R. Borges). Sandwich Community Report Card, 1996. North Dartmouth, Mass.: Center for Policy
Analysis, 1997. 59 pp.
(with Peter Fuller and William Hogan). Town Center Apartments: Assisted Living Facility Feasibility Study.
North Dartmouth: The Center for Policy Analysis, 1996. 49 pp.
(with David R. Borges). Fall River Community Report Card, 1996. Fall River, Mass.: Fall River School
Department, 1996. 60 pp.
(with David R. Borges). Comparative Cost Advantages Associated with Business Operations in Fairhaven,
Massachusetts. North Dartmouth, Mass.: The Center for Policy Analysis, 1996.
(with William Hogan and David R. Borges). The Taunton Public Safety Facility: Site Selection Report. North
Dartmouth, Mass.: The Center for Policy Analysis, 1996. 119 pp.
(with David R. Borges and Victor DeSantis). The New Bedford Regional Airport: Governance Structures at
Comparable Airports in the United States, 2 Vols. North Dartmouth, Mass.: The Center for Policy
Analysis, 1996. 451 pp.
(with David Borges). Westport Community Report Card, 1996. North Dartmouth, Mass. Westport School
Department, 1996. 51 pp.
(with William Hogan and David Borges). Financial Capability Analysis: The Fall River CSO Control Project.
Fall River, Mass.: Fall River Office of Economic Development, 1996. 24 pp.
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Applied Policy Monographs (continued)
(with Daid R. Borges). Patron Origination Analysis: Foxwoods Resort Casino. North Dartmouth, Mass.: The
Center for Policy Analysis, 1995. 24 pp. Massachusetts State Document No. 945/448.
(with Jean Doyle and David R. Borges). Fall River Community Report Card, 1995. Fall River, Mass.: Fall River
School Department, 1995. 45 pp.
(with William Hogan and David R. Borges). Fall River Municipal Airport Fact Finding Study, 2 Vols. Fall River,
Mass.: Fall River Partnership, 1995 358 pp.
(with William Hogan and David R. Borges). Improving Municipal Management: A Report to the Mayor of Fall
River, Massachusetts, 2 Volumes. North Dartmouth, Mass.: The Center for Policy Analysis, 1995.
221 pp.
“The New Bedford Regional Airport: Economic Significance of the Proposed Expansion.” In Sabre Development
Technologies, Inc., Passenger, Cargo, Economic Feasibility Study of New Bedford Airport: Final Report.
Boston, Mass.: Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission, 1995. 49 pp.
(with David R. Borges). The New Bedford Regional Airport: Potential Economic Impacts of Business Expansion,
New Business Start-Ups, and Business Relocations. North Dartmouth, Mass.: The Center for Policy
Analysis, 1995. 58 pp.
(with David R. Borges). A Fall River Public Schools Building Needs Update. Fall River, Mass.: Fall River
School Department, 1995. 143 pp.
“Water Rates, Sewer Rates, and Wages in the Maritime-Related Industries of Massachusetts’ Port Cities.” In
The Governor’s Commission on Commonwealth Port Development: Final Report. Boston, Mass.:
Executive Office of the Governor, 1994.
The New Bedford Regional Airport: Problems and Obstacles in the Implementation of the Airport Expansion
lan; a report prepared for the New Bedford CEO Club. North Dartmouth, Mass.: The Center for Policy
Analysis, 1994. 41 pp.
(with William Hogan). Site Recommendation for the Fall River Police Station: A Report to the Citizens' Site
Selection Committee. Fall River, Mass.: Fall River Police Department, 1994. 54 pp.
(with William Hogan). The Fiscal and Economic Impact of the Fall River Combined Sewer Overflow Project,
2 Vols. North Dartmouth, Mass.: The Center for Policy Analysis, 1994. 238 pp. Massachusetts State
Document No. 945/120.
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Department & Program Reviews
Department of Political Science, University of Northern Colorado, 2001
Dissertation Committees
External Examiner, Philip Paasuke, Business Influence and the Domestic Policies of the Carter Administration
(1977-1981), University of South Wales (Australia), 2014.
Conference Papers and Presentations (98)
“Casinos, Smoking Bans, and Revenues: A Survey of Casino Gamblers in Illinois,” Delivered at the 97 th Annual
Meeting of the International Atlantic Economic Conference, held at Madrid, Spain, April 3-6, 2014.
Commentator, Panel on “Beard in Context,” Delivered at the Interdisciplinary Symposium to Mark the 100 th
Anniversary of Beard’s ‘An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution’,” Sponsored by the Miller Center
for Public Affairs and the University of VirginiaSchool of Law, held at Charlottesville, VA, October 24-25,
2013.
Roundtable Panelist, “What’s Left: Rise or Decline of Progressive Politics in the Global Age?,” Delivered at the
109th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Held at Chicago, Illinois, August 29September 1, 2013.
“Gravity Models and Casino Gaming: A Review, Critique, and Modification,” Delivered at the 15th International
Conference on Gambling and Risk-Taking, Held at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 27-31, 2013.
“The Economic Interpretation of History Without Marx: The Prolegomenon to the Work of Charles A. Beard,”
Delivered at the International Conference on Charles Beard, Economic Interpretation, and History, held at
the Rothmere American Institute, Oxford University, Oxford, England, April 22-23, 2013.
Panelist, “Emerging Jurisdictions Case Study: Massachusetts and Ohio,” Delivered at the Global Gaming Exposition,
held at Las Vegas, Nevada, October 2-4, 2012.
Panelist, “Public Policy Decisions,” New England Gaming Summit, held at Foxwoods Resort Casino, Ledyard,
Connecticut, November 14-15, 2011.
Discussant, “Food for Thought: Eating , Consumption, and the Political Imaginary,” at the American Political
Science Association, held in Seattle, Washington, August 31-September 4, 2011.
“The Entrepreneurial University: Where It All Went Wrong,” 11 th Puerto Rican Congress on Research in Higher
Education, held at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, March 17-19, 2011.
“The Entrepreneurial University: Where It All Went Wrong,” Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern
Sociological Society, held at Philadelphia, PA, February 24-27, 2011.
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Conference Papers and Presentations (continued)
Chair/Discussant, “Reconceptualizing the Strength of the U.S. State: Historical and Critical Perspectives,” Delivered
at the Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association, held at Boston, Massachusetts,
November 11-13, 2010.
“The Competitive Landscape: Casinos in New England and the Northeast,” Delivered at the New England Gaming
Summit, held at Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Connecticut, September 20-21, 2010.
Chair, “The New Deal Era Revisited: Are the Politics of the Hard Times of the Great Depression Instructive for
Today?” at the American Political Science Association, held in Washington, D.C., September 1-5, 2010.
“The Rationality Crisis in U.S. Higher Education,” Delivered at the American Political Science Association, held in
Washington, D.C., September 1-5, 2010.
“Regional Overview of the Gaming Market: The Supply/Demand Game in the Northeast,” New York Gaming
Summit, Delivered at the Doubletree Hotel, Tarrytown, New York, June 21-22, 2010.
“The Rationality Crisis in U.S. Higher Education,” Delivered at a Symposium on The Future of the University in
the Knowledge Society, Sponsored by UNESCO and Centro de Estudios de la Educacion Superior
(CEES), held at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 25-26, 2010.
“The Rationality Crisis in U.S. Higher Education,” Delivered at the Abriendo Brecha VII Conference, Sponsored
by the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE) of The University of Texas at Austin,
Delivered at the Texas Union, Austin, Texas, February 18-20, 2010.
“The Rationality Crisis in U.S. Higher Education: A Participant-Observer Case Study,” Delivered at the 108th
Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
December 2-6, 2009.
“Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and the Transnationalization of Higher Education,” Delivered as a Module
For a Short Course on Globalization: Dimensions, Significance, and Impacts, Annual Meeting of the
American Political Science Association, held at Boston, Massachusetts, August 28-31, 2008.
Chair/Discussant, “Methodologies of a New Political Science,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science
Association, held at Boston, Massachusetts, August 28-31, 2008.
“The Persistence of Pseudofacts in the U.S. Casino Debate: The Case of Massachusetts,” Delivered at the 103rd
Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, held at Boston, Massachusetts,
August 1-3, 2008.
“From International Higher Education to Transnational Higher Education,” Delivered at the 2 nd International
Workshop on the Strategic Management of Universities, Sponsored by the University of Puerto Rico, held
at San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 11-13, 2008.
“The Intellectual Origins of New Political Science,” Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the American Political
Science Association, held at Chicago, Illinois, August 30 – September 2, 2007.
“Trade Liberalization and the Emergence of Multinational For-Profit Colleges and Universities,” Delivered at a
Special Conference on Globalization & Higher Education, Sponsored by William Paterson University, held
at Wayne, New Jersey, April 26 - 27, 2007.
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Conference Papers and Presentations (continued)
“Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and the Higher Education Industry,” Delivered at a Special Conference on
Globalization & Higher Education, Sponsored by William Paterson University, held at Wayne, New Jersey,
April 26 - 27, 2007.
“The Poulantzas-Althusser Debate: State Theory and the Epistemologies of Structuralism,” Annual Conference of
the Southwestern Political Science Association, held at Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 15 - 17, 2007.
Chair/Discussant, “Government & the Politics of Gambling,” Annual Conference of the Western Political Science
Association, held at Las Vegas, NV, March 8 – 10, 2007.
“(Re)Reading Poulantzas: State Theory and the Epistemologies of Structuralism,” 3rd Annual Historical
Materialism Conference: New Directions in Marxist Theory, held at the School of Oriental & African
Studies, University of London, London, England, December 8 – 10, 2006.
“Ralph Miliband and the Instrumentalist Theory of the State: The Misconstruction of an Analytic Concept,”
Delivered at 3rd Annual Historical Materialism Conference: New Directions in Marxist Theory, held at the
School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London, London, England, December 8 – 10, 2006.
“The Poulantzas-Althusser Debate: State Theory and the Epistemologies of Structuralism,” Delivered at the
Rethinking Marxism Conference, held at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst, Amherst, MA,
October 26 – 28, 2006.
“Plain Marxists, Sophisticated Marxists, and C. Wright Mills’ The Power Elite,” Delivered at the Annual
Meeting of the American Political Science Association, held at Philadelphia, PA, August 31 - September 3,
2006.
Roundtable Panelist, “American Fascism Rising? Reflections on Ideology and Strategies of Resistance,” Delivered at
the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, held at Philadelphia, PA, August 31 –
September 3, 2006.
“The Return of the State: The Domestic Reconstruction of Higher Education in the Context of Globalization,”
Delivered at the 30th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 17-19, 2005.
“NAFTA and the Market Model of International Higher Education,” Delivered at a Plenary Session of the
4th Annual Conference of the Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration, held at
San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 12-15, 2005.
“Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and the Higher Education Industry,” Delivered at the Annual Conference of
the American Education Research Association, held at Montreal, Canada, April 11-15, 2005.
“The Return of the State: Globalization, State Theory, and the New Imperialism,” Delivered at the Annual
Conference of the Political Studies Association, held at Leeds, U.K., April 5-7, 2005.
“Globalization and the State: A Critical Review of New Directions in State Theory,” Delivered at the Annual
Convention of the American Political Science Association, held at Chicago, IL, September 2-5, 2004.
“Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and the Higher Education Industry,” Delivered at a Short Course on “The
Corporate University: Labor and Students Reforming U.S. Higher Education,” sponsored by the Caucus for
a New Political Science, American Political Science Association, held at Chicago, IL, September 1, 2004.
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Conference Papers and Presentations (continued)
Ralph Miliband and the Instrumentalist Theory of the State: Reconsidering a Concept,” Delivered at the
Annual “How Class Works” Conference, held at the State University of New York at Stony Brook,
June 10-12, 2004.
“When Political Science Was Not a Discipline: Staatswissenschaft and the Search for a Method of Economic
Interpretation,” Annual Convention of the Western Political Science Association, held at Portland, Oregon,
March 11-13, 2004.
Discussant, “Out in the Cold?: Strategies for Left Public Policy in Harsh Times,” Annual Convention of the
American Political Science Association, held at Philadelphia, PA, August 28-31, 2003.
“The ‘Science of the State’ Beseiged: Charles A. Beard, Academic Repression, and Realpolitik in the American
University,” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, held at
Philadelphia, PA, August 28-31, 2003.
“Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and the Higher Education Industry: Toward An Action Strategy,” Delivered at
a Special Conference on the Commercialization of Education, Sponsored by the Center for the Study of the
University and the Office of Strategic Planning and University Reform, Autonomous University of Mexico
(UNAM), held at Mexico City, Mexico, August 21-22, 2003.
“Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture in Massachusetts,” Delivered at a Special Conference,
Sponsored by the Center for Portuguese Studies & Culture, held at the University of Massachusetts
Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, March 8, 2003.
“Roundtable (panelist) on The Role of the Nation-State and the Culture of Globalization,” The Brecht Forum, held at
New York, New York, February 14, 2003.
“The Triumph of the Market Model: Rhetoric and Reality in North American Higher Education Collaboration,”
Conference on Comparative Studies of Mexico, the United States, and Canada, Sponsored by El
Colegio de México, held in México City, México, October 24-25, 2002.
“Roundtable (panelist) on Methodology, Scenarios, and Challenges in Trilateral Research on North America,”
Conference on Comparative Studies of Mexico, the United States, and Canada, Sponsored by El
Colegio de México, held in México City, México, October 24-25, 2002.
“Roundtable (panelist) on Cities in New England,” Annual Convention of the New England Political Science
Association, held at Portland, Maine, May 3-4, 2002.
“Political Theory and the Economic Basis of Politics,” Annual Convention of the Western Political Science
Association, held at Long Beach, California, March 22 - 24, 2002.
“Globalization and the Corporate University,” Special Conference on Globalization and Resistance, Sponsored by
the CUNY Graduate Center, held at the CUNY Graduate Center, New York, New York, November 16-17,
2001.
“Holding Their Own: The Boston Trade Union College, 1919-1929,” Annual Convention of University Association
of Labor Educators, held at Boston, Massachusetts, April 26 - 28, 2001.
“The Economic Interpretation of History After Marx,” Annual Convention of the Western Political Science
Association, held at Las Vegas, Nevada, March 15-17, 2001.
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Conference Papers and Presentations (continued)
“NAFTA and Its Potential Impact on North American Higher Education,” Annual Convention of the Western
Political Science Association, held at Las Vegas, Nevada, March 15-17, 2001.
“Holding Their Own: The Boston Trade Union College, 1919-1929,” Annual Convention of the American
Historical Association, held at Boston, Massachusetts, January 4-7, 2001.
“What is to Be Undone?: The Corporate University and Academic Efficiency,” Special Conference on the
Corporate University, Method, and Critical Thought, Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Culture,
Technology, and Work, held at the CUNY Graduate Center, New York, New York, November 3, 2000.
Discussant, “Performing Marx: Plays of Production, Characters of Consumption, Acts of Accumulation”
Annual Conference on Rethinking Marxism, held at Amherst, Massachusetts, September 21-24, 2000.
“The Denver Labor College: Workers’ Education in the Rocky Mountain States, 1915-1937,” Annual Conference
of the Pacific Northwest Labor History Association,” held at Tacoma, Washington, May 19-21, 2000.
Chair, “Academic Workers in the Knowledge Machine,” 32nd Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest Labor
History Association,” held at Tacoma, Washington, May 19-21, 2000.
Panelist, “Roundtable on New England Cities,” Annual Meeting of the New England Political Science Association,
held at Hartford, Connecticut, May 5-6, 2000.
Panelist, “Author Meets Critics: Roundtable on Stan Luger’s Corporate Power, American Democracy, and the
Automobile Industry,” Annual Meeting of the New England Political Science Association, held at
Hartford, Connecticut, May 5-6, 2000.
“NAFTA and Tri-Lateral Cooperation in Higher Education: Policy Initiatives in the United States,” Annual
Conference on Education Cooperation in the Americas,” convened by the Canadian Bureau for
International Education, held at Ottawa, Canada, November 20-23, 1999.
Chair, “1989/1999: Ten Years After the Fall of Communism,” Annual Convention of the American Political
Science Association, held at Atlanta, Georgia, September 2 – 5, 1999.
“Post-Marxian Political Theory and Post-Industrial Socialism: The Entitlement State, the Stateless Entitlement, or
the Disentitled Stateless?,” Annual Convention of the Western Political Science Association, held at
Seattle, Washington, March 18-20, 1999.
Discussant, “Marcuse, Habermas, and Critical Theory,” Annual Convention of the Northeastern Political Science
Association, held at Boston, Massachusetts, November 12 – 14, 1998.
“The North American Free Trade Agreement and Academic Mobility in the USA: Barriers to Effective
Implementation,” Sixth Annual Conference of the Mexican Association for International Education, held
at Mexico City, Mexico, November 9 – 11, 1998.
“Strategic Planning and Restructuring in U.S. Higher Education: The Response of Faculty Unions,” 1st National
Conference of University Unions in Defense of Public Higher Education, sponsored by the Autonomous
Metropolitan University, held at Mexico City, Mexico, March 26-27, 1998.
“The Marx Problem in Marxian State Theory: Identifying Marx’s ‘Political Writings’ and Constructing ‘the
Marxist Tradition’,” Annual Convention of the Western Political Science Association, held at Los
Angeles, California, March 19-21, 1998.
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Conference Papers and Presentations (continued)
“Social Democracy Against Liberalism: ‘Consensus History’ and the Two Progressivisms in American Political
Thought,” Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association, held at Washington, D.C.,
August 23-27, 1997.
Roundtable Panelist, “Ethnic and Urban Politics in Southern New England Cities.” Annual Convention of the
New England Political Science Association, held at New London, Connecticut, May 2-3-, 1997.
Discussant, “Perspectives on Twentieth-Century Statebuilding,” Annual Convention of the New England Political
Science Association, held at New London, Connecticut, May 2-3, 1997.
“The Miliband-Poulantzas Debate: An Intellectual History,” Special Conference on “Miliband-Poulantzas: In
Retrospect and Prospect,” Sponsored by the Ph.D. Program in Political Science and The Graduate School
and University Center, City University of New York, April 24-25, 1997.
Chair/Discussant, “The Radical Dimensions of Liberalism.” Annual Convention of the Western Political Science
Association, held at Tucson, Arizona, March 13-15, 1997.
Roundtable Panelist, “Ethnic and Urban Politics in Southern New England Cities.” Annual Convention of the
New England Political Science Association, held at Springfield, Massachusetts, May 3-4, 1996.
“State Theory and the Dependency Principle: A Neo-Institutionalist Critique.” Delivered at the Annual
Convention of the Western Political Science Association, held at San Francisco, California, March 13-17,
1996.
“The New Economy and the New Curriculum: Trends in U.S. Higher Education.” Delivered at an International
Symposium on Knowledge Integration and the Economic Integration of Latin American and North
America, Held at the Autonomous Metropolitan University, Mexico City, Mexico, November 21, 1995.
(Proceedings were broadcast to 25 university campuses throughout Mexico on UNAM TV by interactive
satellite transmission).
“The New Economy and the New Curriculum: Trends in U.S. Higher Education,” Delivered at a Regional
Symposium on Education, Labor, and the Economic Integration of North America, Sponsored by the
Puerto Rican Council of Higher Education, held at San Juan, Puerto Rico, September 25-28, 1995.
“The Diversionary Thesis and the Dialectic of Imperialism: Charles A. Beard’s Theory of American Foreign
Policy Revisited.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the Southwestern Political Science Association,
held at Dallas, Texas, March 22-25, 1995.
“Dialectical Realism: The Philosophical Foundations of Charles A. Beard's Historical Method,” Delivered at the
Annual Convention of the Northeastern Political Science Association, held at Providence, Rhode Island,
November 17-19, 1994.
Discussant, “Postmodernism and Democracy,” Panel at the Annual Convention of the American Political Science
Association, Held at New York, New York, September 1-4, 1994.
“The Strategy of Selective Excellence: Redesigning Higher Education for Global Competition in a Postindustrial
Society,” Delivered at a Conference on NAFTA, Human Resource Development, and the Universities,”
Sponsored by the Puerto Rican Council on Higher Education, Held at San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 5-7,
1994.
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Conference Papers and Presentations (continued)
“The Federal Water Pollution Control Act and the Problem of Financing Combined Sewer Overflow Projects,”
Delivered at the Annual Convention of the New England Political Science Association, Held at Salem,
Massachusetts, April 22-23, 1994.
“From the Commercial Republic to a Workers’ Republic: The Ideal of Technocratic Syndicalism in Charles
Beard’s Political Theory,” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the Southwestern Political Science
Association, Held at San Antonio, Texas, March 30 - April 2, 1994.
Roundtable Panelist. “Paying the Piper: Arts Patronage, Social Class, and the State,” Delivered at the 19th
Annual Conference on Social Theory, Politics, and the Arts, Held at Northeastern University, Boston,
Massachusetts, September 30 - October 2, 1993.
“State Autonomy, State Strength, and State Capacities: A Problem of Theory in the New Institutionalism.”
Delivered at the Annual Convention of the Western Political Science Association, Held at Pasadena,
California, March 18-20, 1993.
“Policy Planning Organizations and Massachusetts Business Elites: A Power Structure Analysis.” Delivered at the
Annual Convention of the New England Political Science Association, Held at Providence, Rhode Island,
April 3-4, 1992.
“Financial Hegemony and Corporate Liberal Reform: The Reconstruction of American Higher Education,
1906-1928.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the American Educational Research Association,
Held at Chicago, Illinois, April 4-7, 1991.
“Theories of the State and the Development of U.S. Higher Education: The Paradox of Effective Policy
Intervention by a ‘Weak’ State, 1906-1928.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the American
Political Science Association, Held at San Francisco, California, August 30 - September 2, 1990.
“Marxism and Charles Beard’s Constitutional Theory: The Seligman Connection.” Delivered at the Annual
Convention of the Western Political Science Association, Held at Newport Beach, California, March 2224, 1990.
“Playing Workers: Proletarian Drama in the U.S. Workers’ Education Movement, 1921-1937.” Delivered at the
15th Annual Conference on Social Theory, Politics, and the Arts, Held at Glendon College, York
University, Toronto, Canada, October 6-8, 1989.
“The Theory of the State in Claus Offe’s Analytic Marxism: A Methodological Critique.” Delivered at the Annual
Convention of the American Political Science Association, Held at Atlanta, Georgia, August 31 September 3, 1989.
“Organized Labor and Community Mobilization: The 1988 Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Initiative.” Delivered
at the Annual Convention of the New England Political Science Association, Held at Cambridge,
Massachusetts, April 7-8, 1989.
“Critical Pedagogy as Politics and Social Reform: The Philosophy of the Workers’ Education Movement.”
Delivered at the Annual Convention of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Held at Little
Rock, Arkansas, March 29-April 1, 1989.
“Ideology in Working Class Consciousness: A Case Study of the Workers’ Education Movement, 1898-1937.”
Delivered at the Annual Convention of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Held at
Providence, Rhode Island, November 10-12, 1988.
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Conference Papers and Presentations (continued)
“Some Recent Misinterpretations of Charles Beard’s Economic Interpretation of the Constitution.” Delivered at
the Annual Convention of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Held at Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, November 12-14, 1987.
“Charles Beard’s Theory of the American State.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the American Political
Science Association, Held at Chicago, Illinois, September 3-6, 1987.
“Charles Beard’s Economic Interpretation of the Constitution: A Critical Evaluation of Its Relation to the
American Populist Tradition.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the Southwestern Political Science
Association, Held at Dallas, Texas, March 18-21, 1987.
“Class, Democracy, and the American State: Historical Materialism and Beard’s Economic Interpretation of the
U.S. Constitution.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association,
Held at Washington, D.C., August 28 - September 1, 1986.
“Religious Denominationalism and Ideology in the American Revolution.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of
the Southwestern Political Science Association, Held at San Antonio, Texas, March 19-22, 1986.
“Intellectuals in Contemporary Social Theory: A Radical Critique.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the
American Political Science Association, Held at New Orleans, Louisiana, August 29 - September 1, 1985.
“Max Weber’s Sociology of Religion and the Marxist Theory of Ideology.” Delivered at the Western Political
Science Association, Held at Las Vegas, Nevada, March 28-30, 1985.
“Max Weber and the Sociology of Knowledge.” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the Southern Political
Science Association, Held at Savannah, Georgia, November 1-3, 1984.
Invited Talks – Academic & Professional (44)
“Are the New England States in a Gambling Arms Race?,” Delivered at the National Conference of State
Legislatures, Held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, February 22, 2013.
“Managerialism in Faculty-Administrative Relationships and the Loss of Collegiality: A Reversible Trend?,”
Delivered at the Riesman/Lynton Colloquium, held at Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts,
November 18, 2008.
“Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and the Transnationalization of Higher Education,” Delivered at the Seminar
on International Higher Education, Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts, November 18, 2008.
“Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and the Transnationalization of Higher Education,” Delivered at the Royal
Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, September 30, 2008.
“The Economic & Fiscal Impacts of Native American Casinos,” Delivered at a Special Forum on Indian Gaming,
held at the Moakley Center, Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts, November 13, 2007.
“The New England Marine Science & Technology Industry: Structure, Market Drivers, & Lessons Learned”
Delivered to the Canadian Consulate, Held at Boston, Massachusetts, September 18, 2006.
“The New England Marine Science & Technology Industry,” Delivered at The New England Study Group and
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department, Held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston,
Boston, Massachusetts, September 20, 2005.
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Invited Talks – Academic & Professional (continued)
“The WTO and the Emergence of For-Profit Multinational Universities,” Delivered at Kassel University, Higher
Education Administration Program, Kassel Germany, June 21, 2005.
“Globalization and New Developments in State Theory,” Delivered at Philips-Universitaet Marburg, Institute for
Political Science, Marburg University, June 15, 2005.
“State Theory and the Dependency Principle: An Institutionalist Critique of the Business Climate Concept,”
Delivered at the Institute for Political Science, Frankfurt University, Frankfurt, Germany, June 26, 2003.
“God, Money, and the State: The Foundations of American Empire,” Delivered at the Institute for Political
Science, held at Philips Universitaet, Marburg, Germany, June 25, 2003.
“Globalization and Problems of State Theory,” Delivered at Kassel University, Kassel Germany, June 23, 2003.
“The Globalization of Higher Education,” Delivered at the Global Review Colloquium, held at Illinois State
University, April 3, 2003.
“Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture in Massachusetts,” Delivered at the Luso-American
Foundation, held at Lisbon, Portugal, January 23, 2003.
“Recent Trends in Critical Theory,” Delivered at the Texas A&M University Social Theory Convocation, held at
Texas A&M University, November 19, 2002.
“The Workers’ Republic: Charles A. Beard’s Economic and Political Thought,” Delivered at the Columbia
University Colloquium on the Political Economy of War and Peace, held at Columbia University,
October 25, 2001.
“Globalization, NAFTA, and Higher Education in the USA,” Delivered at an Invitational Workshop on
Globalization, Trade Liberalization, and Higher Education,” sponsored by the Ford Foundation and the
Center for Higher Education Research and Development, University of Manitoba, held at Victoria, Canada,
September 8-15, 2001.
“Globalization and the Knowledge Economy,” Delivered at an Invitational Workshop on Globalization, Trade
Liberalization, and Higher Education,” sponsored by the Ford Foundation and the Center for Higher
Education Research and Development, University of Manitoba, held at Victoria, Canada, September 8-15,
2001.
“The New Economy and the New Curriculum: Trends in U.S. Higher Education.” Delivered at the Annual
Delegate Assembly of the Union of University Professionals, State University of New York, Albany,
New York, May 11, 2001.
“The Science of the State: Political Science and the Method of Economic Interpretation,” Sponsored by Center for
Social and Public Policy, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 29, 2001.
“The Economic Interpretation of History After Marx,” Sponsored by the Department of Political Science,
Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, March 1, 2001.
“The Economic Interpretation of History After Marx,” Sponsored by the Graduate Association for Political Science,
State University of New York – Albany, Albany, New York, February 21, 2001.
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Invited Talks – Academic & Professional (continued)
“The Future of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education: New Issues and New Directions,” Sponsored by the
American Federation of Teachers, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, Colorado,
January 29, 2001.
“The Future of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education: New Issues and New Directions,” Keynote Address
delivered to the 2nd Annual Rafael Soltero Peralta Conference, sponsored by Puerto Rican Association of
University Professors, held at San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 5, 2000.
“NAFTA and Its Potential Impact on North American Higher Education,” Special Trilateral Conference of
Faculty Unions in North American Higher Education, held at Phoenix, Arizona, August 18-19, 2000.
“Information Technology and Collective Bargaining in Higher Education: Decisions for Leadership,” Delivered
at the American Federation of Teachers Local Presidents Conference, held at Washington, D.C., April 2729, 2000.
“Strategies for Organizing Contingent Faculty,” Delivered at the Third National Congress of the Coalition of
Contingent Academic Labor, held at Boston, Massachusetts, April 16-17, 1999.
“Information Technology and Collective Bargaining in Higher Education: Decisions for Leadership,” Delivered
at the American Federation of Teachers National Higher Education Issues Conference, held at San Diego,
California, April 8-11, 1999.
“Information Technology and Collective Bargaining in Higher Education: Decisions for Leadership,” Delivered
at the Annual New Leadership Conference, American Federation of Teachers, held at Seattle, Washington,
January 29-31, 1999.
“The Massachusetts Model of Competitive One-Stop Career Centers: Is Privatization Working?” Delivered at the
Annual Convention of the Human Resource Development Institute, held at Atlanta, Georgia, June 29-30,
1998.
“The Economy of Southeastern Massachusetts,” Delivered at The New England Study Group and Federal Reserve
Bank of Boston Research Department, Held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Boston, Massachusetts,
April 29, 1998.
“Strategic Planning and Restructuring in U.S. Higher Education: The Response of Faculty Unions,” Delivered at
the National Conference on University Unions in Defense of Public Higher Education, held at the
Autónomos Metropolitan University, México City, México, March 26-27, 1998.
“State Theory and the Dependency Principle: A Neo-Institutionalist Critique,” Delivered to the Columbia
University Faculty Colloquium on Political Economy, New York, New York, February 22, 1996.
“Faculty Unions and the Structure of Collective Bargaining in U.S. Higher Education,” Delivered at the
Autónomos Metropolitan University - Xochimilco, México City, México, November 23, 1995.
“The Strategy of Selective Excellence: Redesigning Higher Education for Global Competition in a Postindustrial
Society," Delivered at the Center for Urban Studies, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, May 4,
1995.
“Post-Marxian State Theory and the New Institutionalism,” Delivered to the Political Science Colloquium,
University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts, March 26, 1992.
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Invited Talks – Academic & Professional (continued)
“The Philosophy and Tactics of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education,” Delivered to the Merrimack College
Chapter of the AAUP, North Andover, Massachusetts, February 27, 1991.
“Whither the A.A.U.P.?: Continuity and Change in the Politics of Academia,” Delivered at the Annual
Convention of the Massachusetts Conference of the American Association of University Professors,
Wellesley College, December 8, 1990.
“Theories of the State and the Development of American Higher Education,” Delivered at the Political Science
Lecture Series, University of Connecticut - Storrs, Storrs, Connecticut, November 14, 1990.
“The Crisis of Neo-Liberalism in Massachusetts: Political Contradictions of the Economic Miracle,” Delivered to
Pi Sigma Alpha, Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island, May 4, 1989.
“The Crisis of Neo-Liberalism in Massachusetts: Political Contradictions of the Economic Miracle,” Delivered at
Texas A&I University, Kingsville, Texas, April 3, 1989.
“Between Populism and Socialism: Charles A. Beard’s Concept of `Advanced Democracy’,” Delivered at the
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 12, 1987.
“Marxism and American Exceptionalism: The Political Thought of John Spargo,” Delivered at the University of
Alabama - Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama, April 4, 1986.
Invited Talks – Community & Business (63)
-- More than 100 additional public presentations of policy research findings to state administrative agencies, city
councils, boards of selectmen, town meetings, workforce investment boards, chambers of commerce, school
committees, business leadership groups, and various municipal committees and commissions.
“The Economic and Fiscal Impact of Repealing the Massachusetts Expanded Gaming Act of 2011,” Delivered at a
Meeting of the Massachusetts Mayors Association, Held at the Firehouse Center for the Arts, Newburyport,
Massachusetts, July 23, 2014.
“General Economic Outlook, 2013” Delivered to Massachusetts CEO Resources Forum, held at Matouk & Co., Inc.
Fall River, Massachusetts, February 13, 2013.
“Massachusetts Gaming Law Update, 2012: Host Community Agreements, Surrounding Community Agreements,
and Live Entertainment Venue Agreements,” Sponsored by Blank Rome, LLP, held at the Massachusetts
Continuing Legal Education Conference Center, Boston, Massachusetts, December 13, 2012.
“Massachusetts Gaming Law Update, 2012: The Municipal Impact of Casinos and Host Community Agreements,”
Sponsored by Blank Rome, LLP, held at the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education Conference Center,
Boston, Massachusetts, October 30, 2012.
“The Economic and Employment Impacts of Expanded Gaming in Massachusetts,” Sponsored by the University of
Massachusetts Club, Boston, Massachusetts, May 2, 2012.
“Planning for a Casino: The Economic and Community Impacts of Expanded Gaming in Massachusetts,” Sponsored
by the Citizen Planners Training Collaborative, held at Holy Cross University, Worcester, Massachusetts,
March 17, 2012.
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Invited Talks – Community & Business (continued)
“Economic and Social Impacts of Casinos,” Sponsored by the Mt. Washington Chamber of Commerce, Conway,
New Hampshire, March 15, 2012.
“Gaming Law in Massachusetts: How Expanded Gaming Will Impact Your Practice,” Sponsored by Blank Rome,
LLP, held at the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education Conference Center, Boston, Massachusetts,
January 23, 2012.
“Massachusetts Economic Outlook,” Delivered to Massachusetts CEO Resources Forum, held at Fall River
Industrial Park, Fall River, Massachusetts, October 20, 2011.
“Massachusetts Casino Legislation and its Potential Impact on New Bedford,” New Bedford Economic Development
Council, held at the Quest Center, New Bedford Massachusetts, September 16, 2011.
“Massachusetts Economic Outlook,” Delivered to Massachusetts CEO Resources Forum, held at Blount Fine Foods,
Fall River, Massachusetts, September 9, 2010.
“Casinos and Jobs...and Revenues...and Jobs,” Delivered at a Meeting of the SouthCoast CEOs, held at the
Wamsutta Club, New Bedford, Massachusetts, March 18, 2010.
“Casinos and Jobs...and Jobs...and Jobs,” Delivered at a Meeting of the New Bedford Economic Development
Council, held at the Quest Center, New Bedford, Massachusetts, January 21, 2010.
“Casinos and Jobs...and Jobs...and Jobs,” Delivered at a Meeting of the Massachusetts Coalition for Jobs and
Growth,” held at the University of Massachusetts Club, Boston, Massachusetts, October 14, 2009.
“Casinos and Jobs...and Jobs...and Jobs,” Delivered at the Annual Convention of the Massachusetts AFL-CIO,”
held at the Newtown Marriott, Newton, Massachusetts, September 24, 2009.
“SouthCoast Signals and Facts,” Delivered at the SouthCoast Massachusetts Leadership Development Institute,
held at the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center, Fall River, Massachusetts, September 11, 2009.
“Massachusetts Economic Outlook,” Delivered to Massachusetts CEO Forum, held at Riverside Manufacturing,
New Bedford, Massachusetts, September 9, 2009.
“General Economic Outlook and the Housing Market: 2009 and Beyond,” Delivered at a Meeting of the Norfolk
Bristol Homebuilders Association, held at the Chateau Restaurant, Norton, Massachusetts,
January 25, 2009.
“Massachusetts Economic Outlook,” Delivered to Massachusetts CEO Forum, held at Newport Harbor Corporation,
Newport, Rhode Island, September 18, 2008.
“SouthCoast Signals and Facts,” Delivered at the SouthCoast Massachusetts Leadership Development Institute, held
at Rachel’s Lakeside, Westport, Massachusetts, September 4, 2008.
“General Economic Outlook and the Housing Market: 2008 and Beyond,” Delivered at a Meeting of the Norfolk
Bristol Homebuilders Association, held at the Chateau Restaurant, Norton, Massachusetts,
February 27, 2008.
“Taking the Gamble in Massachusetts?: The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Casino Industry,” Delivered at a
Meeting of the Regional Economic Development Committee, Southeastern Regional Planning and
Economic Development District, held at Town Hall, Middleboro, Massachusetts, February 19, 2008.
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Invited Talks – Community & Business (continued)
“Taking the Gamble in Massachusetts?: The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Casino Industry,” Delivered at the
Annual Cape Cod Travel Industry Symposium, held at Cape Cod Community College, Barnstable,
Massachusetts, January 15, 2008.
“Taking the Gamble in Massachusetts?: The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Casino Industry,” Delivered at the
Southeastern Massachusetts Regional Casino Task Force, held at Lakeville Public Library, Lakeville,
Massachusetts, December 19, 2007.
“Governor Deval Patrick’s Casino Proposal: Expected Economic & Employment Impacts,” Delivered at the
Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board, held at the Wamsutta Club, New Bedford,
Massachusetts, December 19, 2007.
“Taking the Gamble in Massachusetts?: The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Casino Industry,” Delivered at
The Metro South Chamber of Commerce, held at Brockton Holiday Inn, Brockton, Massachusetts,
December 12, 2007.
“The U.S. and New England Casino Industry,” Delivered at the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce, held at
North Essex Community College, Haverhill, Massachusetts, December 4, 2007.
“The U.S. and New England Casino Industry,” Delivered at the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of
Commerce, held at Four Points Sheraton, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, November 29, 2007.
“Taking the Gamble in Massachusetts?: The Economic & Fiscal Impacts of the Casino Industry,” Delivered at the
YMCA Youth Leadership Institute, held at Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts,
November 17, 2007.
“Eight Myths of Casino Gaming,” Delivered at the Greater New Bedford Industrial Foundation, held at New
Bedford, Massachusetts, October 1, 2007.
“Taking the Gamble in Massachusetts?: Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Casino Industry,” Delivered at the
Massachusetts Mayors’ Association, held at Somerville, Massachusetts, September 26, 2007.
“Massachusetts Economic Outlook,” Delivered to Massachusetts CEO Forum, held at Engineered Yarns, Fall River,
Massachusetts, September 21, 2008.
“SouthCoast Signals and Facts,” Delivered at the SouthCoast Massachusetts Leadership Development Institute, held
at Westport, Massachusetts, September 6, 2007.
“Maximum Bet: A Preliminary Blueprint for Casino Gaming in Massachusetts,” Delivered to Greater Springfield
Area Municipal Officials, Chicopee Public Library, August 27, 2007.
“Taking the Gamble: Do Massachusetts Residents Want a Resort Casino?,” Keynote Address delivered to the
Plymouth Business Exposition, held at the Plymouth Radisson, Plymouth, Massachusetts, March 15, 2007.
“The Reduction of Seasonality in Cape Cod’s Economy,” Delivered to a Meeting of the Home Builders and
Remodelers Association of Cape Cod,” held at the Sheraton Four Points Hotel, Hyannis, Massachusetts,
November 17, 2006.
“Cape Cod Economic Forecast, 2007” Delivered to a Meeting of Cape Cod Business Connect, held at the Sheraton
Four Points Hotel, Hyannis, Massachusetts, November 17, 2006.
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Invited Talks – Community & Business (continued)
“Massachusetts Economic Outlook,” Delivered to Massachusetts CEO Forum, held at Hodges Badge, Portsmouth,
Rhode Island, September 21, 2006.
“Cape Cod Economic Forecast, 2006,” Delivered to a Meeting of Cape Cod Business Connect, held at Mashpee,
Massachusetts, April 6, 2006.
“What is Southeastern Massachusetts?: Competing Definitions of a Region in a Flux,” Delivered to the Community
Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts, Held at Webster Bank, New Bedford, Massachusetts, March 7,
2006
“Three Gaps in the Economic & Employment Base of the Greater New Bedford Area,” Sponsored by the Greater
New Bedford Workforce Investment Board, Held at the Wamsutta Club, New Bedford, Massachusetts,
February 3, 2006.
“Cape Cod’s Marine Science & Technology Industry,” Delivered to the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, Held at
the Radisson Inn, Hyannis, Massachusetts, November 2, 2005.
“Ethnicity & Education in Southeastern Massachusetts II,” Delivered at a Special Symposium on PortugueseAmericans & the 2000 Census, Sponsored by the Center for Portuguese Studies & Culture and the Center
for Policy Analysis, held at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts,
September 24, 2005.
“Portuguese-Americans in the Massachusetts Power Structure,” Delivered at a Special Symposium on PortugueseAmericans & the 2000 Census, Sponsored by the Center for Portuguese Studies & Culture and the Center
for Policy Analysis, held at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts,
September 24, 2005.
“The Economic Outlook for Massachusetts,” CEO Forum, held at Engineered Yarns, Fall River, Massachusetts,
September 12, 2005.
“Program Evaluation & Economic Impact Analysis: Applications for the Arts & Culture Industry,” Sponsored by
the Massachusetts Cultural Council, held at Tower Hill Botanical Garden, Worcester, Massachusetts,
July 21, 2005.
“Portuguese-Americans and Contemporary Civic Culture in Massachusetts,” delivered at a special series on the
State of the Portuguese-Speaking Communities: Taking Stock of the Past and Looking to the Future, held
at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, November 14, 2004.
“The Economic Outlook for Massachusetts,” CEO Forum, held at Engineered Yarns, Fall River, Massachusetts,
September 10, 2004.
“Casino Gaming and Tax Revenues: Evaluating Potential Fiscal Impacts,” Public Interest Research Group (PIRG)
National Training Conference, held at Denver, Colorado, December 11-12, 2003.
“The Economic Outlook for Massachusetts,” CEO Forum, held at Hodges Badge, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, March
10, 2003.
“Strategic Partnerships in Workforce Development: Planning for the Next Decade,” Brockton Area Workforce
Investment Board, held at Massasoit Community College, Brockton, Massachusetts, June 27, 2002.
“Building a New Economy in the SouthCoast: Trends in Education, Employment, & Income,” SouthCoast Skills
Summit, held at Bristol Community College, Fall River, Massachusetts, June 24, 2002.
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Invited Talks – Community & Business (continued)
“The Textile Industry in Central Massachusetts,” Special Meeting of Industry and Legislative Leaders, held at
Nichols College, Dudley, Massachusetts, August 29, 2000.
“Water Use in Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod: Implications for the Cranberry Industry,” Delivered at
the 10th Annual Meeting and Workshops of the Cape Cod Cranberry Growers’ Association, held at
Plymouth, Massachusetts, February 24-25, 1999.
“The Economy of Southeastern Massachusetts,” Delivered at the New Bedford Personnel Directors’ Association,
Held at the Hawthorne Country Club, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, June 22, 1998.
“Economic Security in Massachusetts: Policy Gaps and Policy Recommendations,” Special Convention on
Labor’s Public Policy Agenda for Massachusetts in 1998 and Beyond, Sponsored by the Massachusetts
AFL-CIO, held at John F. Kennedy Library, University of Massachusetts - Boston, Boston, Massachusetts,
March 4, 1998.
“Problems and Obstacles to the Expansion of the New Bedford Regional Airport,” Delivered to the New Bedford
CEO Club, Wamsutta Club, New Bedford Massachusetts, June 13, 1994.
“Making Choices: Desert Storm and Its Impact of U.S. Domestic Policy,” Delivered to a Forum on the Gulf War,
Held at the YWCA, New Bedford, Massachusetts, February 20, 1991.
“Making Choices: Desert Storm and Its Impact of U.S. Domestic Policy,” Delivered to a Town Assembly on the
U.S./Iraqi Conflict, Held at the Sandwich Public Library, Sandwich, Massachusetts, January, 26, 1991.
“Organizational Strategy and Volunteerism: How the Question 3 Tax Rollback Initiative Was Defeated,”
Delivered at the 2nd Annual Southeastern Massachusetts Community Leadership Conference, Ocean
Spray Cooperative Headquarters, Held at Middleboro, Massachusetts, November 17, 1990.
“The Emergence of a New World Order in the 1990s,” Delivered to the Fall River Rotary Club, White's
Restaurant, Westport, Massachusetts, January 11, 1990.
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Honors & Awards
Spring 2010
Visiting Scholar, Centro de Estudios de Educacion Superior, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio
Piedras, Puerto Rico
2006
Special Recognition Award, Greater New Bedford Workforce Investment Board
-- awarded in recognition of “your regional leadership in workforce development, commitment to
education and training, and for strengthening public-private partnerships in the Greater New
Bedford region.”
Spring 2005
Guest Professor, Faculty of Social Science, Kassel Universität, Kassel, Germany
2004-2005
President’s Award for Public Service, University of Massachusetts
-- awarded “in recognition of your strong history of public service in providing vital
research and analysis to the academic, legislative, business, and non-profit sectors across the
Commonwealth”).
Spring 2003
Guest Professor, Institute for Political Science, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg, Germany
2001
Distinguished Service Award, Massachusetts Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO (awarded annually
“in recognition of outstanding contributions to the union and our members.”
Winter 2001
Distinguished Guest Professor, Center for Foreign Students, Universidad del Guadalajara,
Guadalajara, Mexico
1995
Choice Outstanding Academic Book of the Year (for Critical Theories of the State)
1991
Richard M. Fontera Memorial Award, University of Massachusetts
-- awarded annually for “an outstanding contribution to educating people about the meaning of
social justice and the experience of working people”.
1989-1990
Travel to Collections Award, National Endowment for the Humanities
1983-84
Research Award, Stern Memorial Foundation
1977-1978
Regent’s Fellowship, University of California
Biographical Listings
Who’s Who in America, 2015, 69th Edition (Berkeley Heights, New Jersey: Marquis Publications, 2015).
Who’s Who in the East, 2004-2005 (New Providence, N.J.: Marquis Publications, 2004).
Who’s Who in American Education, 2006-200, 7th edition (New Providence, New Jersey: Marquis
Publications, 2006).
Who’s Who in the World, 24th edition (New Providence, New Jersey: Marquis Publications, 2007)
Contemporary Authors New Revision (Farmington Hills, Michigan: Thomson Gale, 2008).
Contemporary Authors (Farmington Hills, Michigan: Thomson Gale, 2003).
Dictionary of International Biography, 25th Edition (Cambridge: International Biographical Centre, 1997).
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PUBLIC SERVICE
Volunteer Boards & Paid Consultantships
June 2009 to
Sept. 2009
Roundtable Panelist, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (www.masslifesciences.com)
- Review and analyze decision criteria for selecting life sciences companies that apply for
$250 million in tax incentives provided under the state’s $1 billion Life Sciences Initiative.
Award criteria include factors such as long-term vs. short-term return on investment to the
state, volume and quality of job creation, and new capital investment in the state’s distressed
economic target areas.
Sept. 1997 to
Aug. 2009
Regional Analyst, Massachusetts Benchmarks Project (www.massbenchmarks.org)
- The Massachusetts Benchmarks Project is funded by the State Legislature for the purpose
of preparing quarterly and annual reports on the state economy and its seven economic
regions. Responsible for monitoring the Southeastern Massachusetts economy, an area that
includes 48 towns and cities with a total population of 1.2 million. Also responsible for
monitoring the Cape Cod & Islands economy, an area that includes 23 towns with a total
population of 230,000 thousand.
July 1, 2002 –
Present
Regional Analyst, SouthCoast Signals
http://www.southcoasttoday.com/signals/
- The SouthCoast Signals is a multi-year effort to gauge the Massachusetts SouthCoast’s
quality of life using 50 indicators that measure the area’s economy, environment, health,
civic participation, and public attitudes. The project is a joint endeavor of the University of
Massachusetts Dartmouth, the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts, and
the New Bedford Standard-Times.
2003 to 2006
Chair, Board of Directors, Fund for Higher Education Research
- The Fund is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Albany, New York and
supported by contributions from trade unions, foundations, and individual donations. The Fund
provides member groups with data, analyses, and communications relevant to higher education
policy issues.
Jan. 2003 to
Jan. 2006
Public Member, Cranberry Marketing Committee, U.S. Department of Agriculture
(http://www.uscranberries.com/eng/)
Chair, By-Laws & Policy Subcommittee, 2003- 2006
- Appointment of the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. The Cranberry Marketing Committee
(CMC) was established as a Federal Marketing Order in 1962 to maintain favorable supply
and demand equilibrium for the US cranberry industry through volume control orders under
authority the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937. In 1992, the Marketing Order
was amended to allow the CMC to promote the sale and use of cranberries and cranberry
products. Currently, CMC conducts generic promotions in Japan and Germany.
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Volunteer Boards & Paid Consultantships (continued)
Sept. 2004 to
June 2005
Office of the Attorney General, Commonwealth of Massachusetts (South Main Place Nominee Tr.
v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts)
- Provided research support on an eminent domain case involving the taking of property in
downtown Fall River, Massachusetts for the construction of a new district court house.
Sept. 2001 to
May 2002
Regional Analyst, Governor’s Statewide Economic Development Strategies Project
- Regional policy analyst for Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod, & the Islands.
Provided research support and policy analysis to the Massachusetts Department of
Economic Development, including economic base analyses and policy recommendations for
the state’s 10-year economic development strategy.
Feb. 1997 to
Jan. 1999
Executive Staff Analyst, Federal Aviation Administration Study Advisory Committee,
New Bedford Regional Airport Improvement Project Environmental Impact
Statement/Environmental Impact Report and Permits
- Provide research and technical support to study advisory committee in evaluating “needs
and purpose” for airport improvements, particularly those related to projected economic
impacts.
May 1996 to
October 1996
Executive Staff Analyst, Executive Office of Economic Affairs and Massachusetts Office of
Business Development, Regional Economic Development Strategies Project
- Identify business clusters in Southeastern Massachusetts based on 4-digit SIC Codes;
identify areas of existing and potential economic growth; assist in the formulation of a
targeted regional economic development strategy to be promoted at the state level.
Aug. 1994 to
Dec. 1994
Executive Staff Analyst, Governor’s Commission on Commonwealth Port Development
- Provided research support to the Commission: analysis of wage structures in the state’s
maritime industries and comparative utility costs in the state’s port cities.
1994 to Present Evaluation Analyst, Fall River School Department (1994 - 2006); Sandwich School
Department (1996 - 2006); Lowell School Department (2003 – 2006); Stoneham School
Department (1997 - 1999); Westport School Department (1995 - 1996); Lawrence School
Department (1996 - 1997)
- Design and prepare outcomes based community report cards that assess and evaluate the
extent to which communities are achieving goals established by the Massachusetts Education
Reform Act of 1993.
April 1992
to Present
Research Analyst, Office of the Mayor, City of Fall River, Massachusetts
- Conduct assigned research on topics designated by the Mayor of Fall River, prepare written
research monographs, and conduct briefings on research findings for various municipal agencies
and constituent organizations.
January 1992
to 1999
Research Analyst, Massachusetts SouthCoast CEOs
- Research consultant on regional economic development and education reform issues.
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Volunteer Boards & Paid Consultantships (continued)
July 1989 to
May 1991
Political Analyst, WSAR, Fall River, Massachusetts
- Provided commentary on current events (one of two expert panelists) for a three-hour
weekly call-in talk radio show.
Sept. 1997 to
August 2001
Advisory Board, Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District,
Economic Development Committee
- Review and make recommendations for preparation of the region’s Overall Economic
Development Plan; solicit and identify eligible EDA projects for funding; rank Priority
Development Areas for EDA funds.
Sept. 1988
to Present
Advisory Board, Arnold M. Dubin Labor Education Center
- Advise the Director on programming, fund-raising, university and government relations.
Center conducts off-campus labor education training for trade union members (e.g., grievance
handling, managing union treasuries, bargaining strategies, mediation and arbitration, labor
law), programs for immigrants (e.g., ESL), and employer-approved work-site programs in
Adult Basic Education and GED certification. Member, Labor Research Subcommittee (1992
- present) and Labor Studies Subcommittee, 1988-1992).
Legislative & Administrative Testimony
February 6, 2014
Hearings, House Committee on Ways & Means, General Court of the State of New
Hampshire, held at Legislative Office Building, Room 202, Concord, New Hampshire.
- - Presented an analysis of HB 1633, which would authorize one competitively bid resort
casino in New Hampshire.
January 12, 2014
Hearings, Joint Standing Committee on Veterans and Legislative Affairs, Maine State
Legislature, State House, Augusta, Maine
- - Presented an overview of the New England casino gaming market and the potential
impact of proposals for expanded in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.
September 26, 2013
Hearings, Connecticut State Legislative Task Force on Expanded Video Gaming, held at
State House, Hartford, Connecticut.
- - Reviewed the current state of the Northeastern regional gaming market, the impactof
regional gaming expansion on Connecticut’s two Indian casinos, and the potential
revenue from allowing three video lottery parlors at the state’s existing off-track parimutuel betting facilities.
September 12, 2013
Hearings, New Hampshire Gambling Regulatory Oversight Authority, held at Legislative
Office Building, Room 202, Concord, New Hampshire.
- - Reviewed the organizational structure of gaming regulation in states with video lottery
terminals (i.e., Delaware, Rhode Island, and West Virginia).
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Legislative & Administrative Testimony (continued)
June 10, 2013
Briefing, Governor of California (Jerry Brown) and Chief Gaming Advisor, Office of the
Governor, Sacramento, California.
- - Presented the results of a market impact analysis examing the potential impact of a
proposed Enterprise Rancheria Casino on the Colusa Casino Resort.
May 8, 2013
Briefing, 52 Members of the New Hampshire General Court, 1st Year of the 163 nd
Session, Held at the Holiday Inn, Concord, New Hampshire.
- - Presented data pertinent to S.B. 152 that would authorize video lottery terminals at one
casino in the state of New Hampshire. Provided an overview of the potential NH gaming
market, questions about ‘saturation’, and the definition of a ‘resort’ casino.
April 17, 2013
Hearings, House Joint Committee of Finance and Ways and Means, 1st Year of the 163 nd
Session of the New Hampshire General Court, Held in the Legislative Office Building,
Room 100, Concord, New Hampshire.
- - Presented testimony on S.B. 152 that would authorize video lottery terminals in the
state of New Hampshire. Provided an overview of the potential NH gaming market,
questions about ‘saturation’, and the definition of a ‘resort’ casino.
June 14, 2012
Educational Forum, Massachusetts Gaming Commission, Held in the Hebert Auditorium,
Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester, Massachusetts.
- - Presented testimony on the potential market for casino gaming in Massachusetts and
the Northeast.
February 13, 2012
Hearings, House Committee on Ways & Means, 2nd Year of the 162nd Session of the
New Hampshire General Court, Held in the Legislative Office Building, Room 100,
Concord, New Hampshire.
- - Presented testimony on H.B. 593 that would authorize 4 casinos in the state of New
Hampshire. Provided an overview of the potential NH gaming market, questions about
‘saturation’, and impact on branding of the state’s tourism industry.
Sept. 29, 2011
Hearings, House Committee on Ways & Means, 1st Year of the 162nd Session of the New
Hampshire General Court, Held in the Legislative Office Building, Room 100, Concord,
New Hampshire.
- - Presented an overview of the Northeastern casino gaming market, new developments
within New England, and an analysis of New Hampshire’s possible entry into the gaming
market.
May 11, 2011
Hearings, 97th General Assembly of the State of Illinois, Senate Executive Committee,
Held in State House, Springfield, Illinois (HB 1965).
- - Presented findings of a survey of casino gamblers in Illinois documenting that most
casino gamblers prefer smoking bans on casino floors and that reduced visitations to
Illinois casinos were the result of higher gasoline prices, food price inflation,
unemployment, and the lower quality of Illinois casinos compared to adjoining states.
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Legislative & Administrative Testimony (continued)
May 4, 2011
Hearings, Massachusetts General Court, Joint Committee on Economic Development and
Emerging Technologies, Held in Gardner Auditorium, State House, Boston,
Massachusetts.
- - Presented findings of the 4th Biennial New England Gaming Behavior Survey, and 7th
annual New England Casino Gaming Update, which details the propensity to gamble in
New England, types of games played, and player demographics, and expenditure patterns.
April 11, 2011
Briefing, Massachusetts General Court (Closed Door, Members Only Session), Held in Room A-2,
State House, Boston, Massachusetts.
- - Briefed legislators on the New England gaming market and participated in a question
and answer session on various aspects of expanded gaming bills proposed for the state.
March 30, 2010
Hearings, House Committee on Local & Regulated Revenues, 2nd Year of the 161st
Session of the New Hampshire General Court, Held in the Legislative Office Building,
Room 100, Concord, New Hampshire.
- - Presented findings of a market feasibility, economic and fiscal impact analysis for a
proposed resort casino in Hudson, New Hampshire, including racetrack casinos in
Rockingham, Seabrook, and Belmont, NH that would be authorized by S.B. 489.
March 4, 2010
Hearings, Senate Finance Committee, 2nd Year of the 161st Session of the New
Hampshire General Court, Held in the Legislative Office Building, Room 100, Concord,
New Hampshire.
- - Presented findings of a market feasibility, economic and fiscal impact analysis for a
proposed resort casino in Hudson, New Hampshire, including racetrack casinos in
Rockingham, Seabrook, and Belmont, NH that would be authorized by S.B. 489.
November 16, 2009
Briefing, Embassy of France, Department of Economic Affairs Staff, (Conference call
with Ministry of Trade), Held in Room 105, Center for Policy Analysis, North
Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
- - Briefed embassy and trade ministry staff on U.S. gambling industry, including market
size and segmentation, types of gambling, regulatory structures, and current trends.
November 9, 2009
Briefing, Massachusetts General Court (Closed Door, Members Only Session), Held in
Room A-2, State House, Boston, Massachusetts.
- - Briefed legislators and participated in a question and answer session on various aspects
of expanded gaming proposals for Massachusetts.
October 28, 2009
Hearings, Massachusetts General Court, Joint Committee on Emerging Technologies and
Economic Development, Held in Gardner Auditorium, State House, Boston,
Massachusetts.
- - Presented findings of the 3rd Biennial New England Gaming Behavior Survey,
including the prevalence of gambling in New England, types of games played, and player
demographics.
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Legislative & Administrative Testimony (continued)
October 20, 2009
Hearings, New Hampshire Governor’s Gaming Study Commission, held at Concord, New
Hampshire.
- - Presented findings of a market feasibility and economic impact analysis for a proposed
resort casino in Hudson, New Hampshire.
July 1, 2009
Briefing, Massachusetts Speaker of the House and Executive Staff, Held in State House,
Room 356, Boston, Massachusetts.
- - Provided an overview of the U.S. casino gaming industry and various proposals for
expanded gaming in Massachusetts.
June 29, 2009
Hearings, Senate Committee on Economic Development & Emerging Technologies, 186 th
Session of the Massachusetts General Court, Held in the State House, Gardner
Auditorium, Boston, Massachusetts.
- - Provided an overview of the U.S. and New England casino industries and various
proposals for expanded gaming in Massachusetts.
March 17, 2009
March 10, 2009
Briefing, Massachusetts State Treasurer and Executive Staff, Held in State House, Room
227, Boston, Massachusetts.
- - Provided an overview of the U.S. casino gaming industry and various proposals for
expanded gaming in Massachusetts.
Briefing, Chairman and Staff, Joint Committee on Economic Development & Emerging
Technologies, 186th Session of the Massachusetts General Court, Held in State House,
Room 42, Boston, Massachusetts.
- - Provided an overview of the U.S. casino gaming industry and various proposals for
expanded gaming in Massachusetts.
March 3, 2009
Hearings, Senate Ways & Means Committee, 161st Session of the New Hampshire
General Court, Held in the Legislative Office Building, Room 100, Concord, New
Hampshire.
- - Presented findings of an economic and fiscal impact analysis for a proposed resort
casino in Hudson, New Hampshire relative to H.B. 593 and S.195.
Feb. 3, 2009
Hearings, House Committee on Local & Regulated Revenues, 161st Session of the New
Hampshire General Court, Held in the Legislative Office Building, Room 100, Concord,
New Hampshire.
- - Presented findings of an economic and fiscal impact analysis for a proposed resort
casino in Hudson, New Hampshire relative to H.B. 593.
Sept. 16, 2008
Hearings, House Ways & Means Committee, 160th Session of the New Hampshire
General Court, Held in the Legislative Office Building, Room 204, Concord, New
Hampshire.
- - Presented a general overview of trends in the U.S. and New England casino gaming
markets and identified key issues to be addressed in pending casino legislation.
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Legislative & Administrative Testimony (continued)
March 18, 2008
Hearings, Massachusetts General Court, Joint Committee on Emerging Technologies and
Economic Development, Held in Gardner Auditorium, State House, Boston,
Massachusetts.
- - Presented testimony on the prevalence of “pseudofacts” in the Massachusetts casino
debate.
Dec. 18, 2007
Hearings, Massachusetts General Court, Joint Committee on Bonding, Capital
Expenditures and State Assets, Held in Gardner Auditorium, State House, Boston,
Massachusetts.
- - Presented estimates of potential economic & fiscal impact of three resort casinos as
proposed by Governor Deval Patrick.
Oct. 23, 2007
Briefing, Massachusetts House of Representatives, Held in the Massachusetts State
House, Boston, Massachusetts.
- - Presented an overview of the casino industry in the United States and New England,
including estimated employment impacts of casino legislation proposed by Governor
Deval Patrick.
May 22, 2007
Briefing, Special Committee on Gaming/Casinos, New Bedford City Council, Held at
City Hall, New Bedford, Massachusetts.
-- Presented overview of potential economic, fiscal, and social impacts of expanded
gaming in Massachusetts, including the possibility of two resort casinos and VLTs at the
state’s four racetracks.
May 1, 2007
Briefing, Governor’s Study Group on Gaming, Held at the Massachusetts Department of
Economic Development, Saltonstall Building, Boston, Massachusetts.
-- Presented overview of potential economic, fiscal, and social impacts of expanded
gaming in Massachusetts, including the possibility of two resort casinos and VLTs at the
state’s four racetracks.
Sept. 18, 2006
Briefing, Canadian Consulate & Visiting Trade Delegation, Held at the Canadian
Consulate, Boston, Massachusetts.
-- Presented an overview of the New England Marine Science & Technology, including
its structure, market drivers, and investment opportunities.
May 4, 2006
Hearings, Rhode Island House of Representatives, Finance Committee, Held in the
Joseph T. Trainor Hearing Room (035), State House, Providence, Rhode Island.
- - Presented estimates of potential economic & fiscal impact of a resort casino proposed
for West Warwick, Rhode Island, including estimates of the potential impact of a
proposed casino on Video Lottery Terminal revenues at Lincoln Park and Newport
Grand.
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Legislative & Administrative Testimony (continued)
April 3, 2006
Briefing, SE Massachusetts U.S. Congressional Delegation (Frank, Delahunt, McGovern),
Held at Woodland Commons Conference Center, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth,
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
- Presented analysis of the industry structure, economic impact, and emerging
opportunities in the New England marine science and technology cluster.
March 24, 2005
Hearings, Massachusetts Board of Higher Education, Held at One Ashburton Place, 21st
Floor, Boston, Massachusetts
- - Presented estimated labor market demand for attorneys in Massachusetts at
hearings to consider the proposed acquisition of the Southern New England School of
Law by the University of Massachusetts.
May 24, 2004
Hearings, Rhode Island State Senate, Committee on Constitution & Gaming Issues, Held
in Room 313, State House, Providence, Rhode Island.
- - Presented estimates of potential market, economic, & fiscal impact of a resort casino
proposed for West Warwick, Rhode Island (S.2338), including estimates of potential
impact of a proposed casino on Video Lottery Terminal revenues at Lincoln Park and
Newport Grand.
May 13, 2004
Hearings, Rhode Island House of Representatives, Finance Committee, Held in the
Joseph T. Trainor Hearing Room (035), State House, Providence, Rhode Island
- Presented estimates of potential impact of a proposed casino on Video Lottery Terminal
revenues at Lincoln Park and Newport Grand.
May 6, 2004
Briefing, Rhode Island State Senate (meeting in caucus), Held in Room 313, Rhode Island
State House, Providence, Rhode Island
- Presented estimates of potential market, economic, & fiscal impact of a resort casino
proposed for West Warwick, Rhode Island (S.2338).
October 15, 2002
Hearings, Rhode Island House Commission to Study Gaming, Held in the Joseph T.
Trainor Hearing Room, Room 35, Rhode Island State House, Providence, Rhode Island
http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/gen_assembly/gaming/101502.htm
- Presented estimates of potential tax revenue that could be generated for the state by a
destination resort casino, including an analysis of how siting a RI casino could affect the
decisions about casino gaming in Massachusetts.
July 30, 2002
Hearings, Rhode Island House Commission to Study Gaming, Held in the Joseph T.
Trainor Hearing Room, Room 35, Rhode Island State House, Providence, Rhode Island
- Presented findings documenting that 13.4% of all patrons visiting Foxwoods
Resort Casino in Ledyard, Connecticut and 7.8% of all patrons visiting Mohegan
Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut are Rhode Island residents, who annually
spend more than $318 million on adjacent state gaming each year.
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Legislative & Administrative Testimony (continued)
July 12, 2000
Hearings, “21st Century Veterans Employment and Training Act,” U.S. House
Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Subcommittee on Benefits, Held at 334 Cannon House
Office Building, Washington, D.C.
- - Presented findings and recommendations from a 1998 study of the
Massachusetts model of competitive one-stop career centers, including problems of
fictitious competition, politicization of service delivery, job hoarding, and job
skimming by private vendors.
March 16, 1999
Hearings, The “Massachusetts Casino Control Act,” Senate No. 352 (1999), Joint
Government Regulations Committee, Massachusetts General Court, Held at
Gardener Auditorium, State House, Boston, Massachusetts.
- Presented findings documenting that 36% of all patrons visiting Foxwoods Resort
Casino in Ledyard, Connecticut, 23% of all patrons visiting Mohegan Sun Casino
in Uncasville, Connecticut, and more than 50% of patrons at New Hampshire’s
race tracks are Massachusetts residents, who annually spend more than $726
million on adjacent state gaming each year.
January 27, 1998
Briefing, Massachusetts’ Competitive Model of One-Stop Career Centers: Working or
Not?,” House Democratic Caucus, Michigan House of Representatives, Held at State
House, Lansing, Michigan.
- Presented an evaluation report on Massachusetts’ experiment with a model of
competitive one-stop career centers.
February 20, 1997
Briefing, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, New England Region, Held at One
Congress Street, Boston, Massachusetts,
- Briefed legal staff and enforcement compliance officers on the results of a
“Financial Capability Analysis” designed to measure the financial and economic
impact of a federal court-mandate to construct a $115 million deep tunnel facility to
control combined sewer overflows in Fall River, Massachusetts. Report and
presentation based on 1996 EPA Draft Guidelines on financial capability.
November 6, 1995
Hearings, A Proposal to Authorize Casino Gaming in New Bedford and Western
Massachusetts, Joint Government Regulations Committee, Massachusetts
General Court, Held at the State House, Boston, Massachusetts.
- Presented findings documenting that 33% of all patrons visiting Foxwoods Resort
Casino in Ledyard, Connecticut are Massachusetts residents who annually spend
more than $300 million on Connecticut-based gaming each year.
November 2, 1995
Hearings, An Act Providing for an Accelerated Transport Development & Improvement
Program for the Commonwealth, Joint Standing Committee on Transportation,
Massachusetts General Court, Held at the State House, Boston, Massachusetts.
- Presented two economic impact assessments indicating that a proposed expansion
of New Bedford Regional Airport would yield $10 million in annual transportation
benefits for Southeastern Massachusetts and generate total economic impacts of
2,700 additional jobs with an annual payroll of more than $71 million.
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Legislative & Administrative Testimony (continued)
March 1, 1994
Briefing, Clean Water Act: Proposed Amendments Concerning “Hardship
Communities” and the Financing of Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities, U.S.
House Committee on Public Works and Transportation, Held at the Rayburn
Building, Washington, D.C.
- Briefed committee on proposed amendments to the Clean Water Act of 1995.
Maintained on-going consultations with the staff of Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA)
and Rep. Peter Blute (R-MA) that secured amendments to the Clean Water Act that
provide negative interest rate loans to low-income communities and extended the
payback period on State Revolving Fund loans from 20 to 40 years.
May 17, 1992
Hearings, Unemployment Compensation Reform, Joint Committee on Commerce and
Labor, Massachusetts General Court, Held at City Hall, New Bedford, Massachusetts.
- Delivered testimony critical of the Governor’s cost estimates for financing proposed
reform to unemployment compensation in Massachusetts (estimates of state
employment growth, payrolls, and payroll tax revenues too optimistic in light of
structural declines in Massachusetts mfg. employment).
July 8, 1991
Hearings, Effect of the 1990-91 Recession on the U.S. Workforce: Its Impact on
Southeastern Massachusetts, U.S. Senate Committee on Labor and Human
Resources, Held at Benny Costa Plaza, Fall River, Massachusetts.
- Delivered testimony on labor markets in Southeastern Massachusetts emphasizing
that the region’s chronically high unemployment (reaching 18.7% at time of
testimony) is due to structural changes in manufacturing industries and not due to
cyclical factors.
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Media Interviews
Policy research findings and other commentary is regularly cited in Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Providence
Journal-Bulletin, Banker & Tradesman, Boston Business Journal, and others (cited 262 times in AY 2014).
Additional
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(1988-2013)
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the
Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Craine’s Business News, Christian Science Monitor, USA
Today, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Examiner, Pravda, El Pais, Boston Business Journal, Newsday, Hartford
Courant, Manchester Union-Leader, Portland Press Herald, Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review,
Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Business Journal, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Miami Herald, Houston Post, Palm Beach
Post, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Milwaukee Sentinel, Tucson Citizen, Forbes Magazine, Businessweek, Time
Magazine, The Bond Buyer, CNNMoney.com, CBSMoneyWatch.com, and MSNBC.com.
Columnist, Banker & Tradesman (Sept. 2012 – 2014).
Radio (490 interviews & stories)
WBZ Radio, Boston, MA (42 appearances, 10.10 hours, 1995-2013); WBUR Radio, Boston (45 appearances, 11.25
hours, 1999-2014); NBC Sports Radio, Boston, MA (1 appearance, 0.5 hours); WXBR Radio, Brockton, MA (2
appearances, 1.2 hours, 2009-2011); WARE Radio, Palmer, MA (1 appearance, 0.2 hours, 2009); WUML Radio,
Lowell, MA (4 appearances, 2.0 hours, 2005-2008); WVBF Radio, Taunton, MA (appearance, 0.25 hours, 2008);
WATD Radio, Marshfield, MA (5 appearance, 0.9 hours, 2007-2011); WERS Radio, Boston, MA (2 appearance,
0.7 hours, 2007-2009); WTKK Radio, Boston, MA (2 appearances, 0.6 hours, 2006-2009); WRKO Radio, Boston,
MA (3 appearance, 0.4 hours, 2006-2007); WCAI Radio, Falmouth, MA (7 appearances, 3.00 hours, 2005-2010);
WXTK Radio, Hyannis, MA (3 appearance, 0.50 hours, 2010-2014); WNAN Radio, Nantucket (6 appearances, 2.75
hours, 2005-2010); WZAI Radio, Brewster, MA (6 appearances, 2.75 hours, 2005-2010); Sporting News Network,
Boston, MA (1 appearance, 0.5 hours); WNPR Radio Hartford, CT, (11 appearances, 3.5 hours, 2004-2013); WTIC
CBS Radio, Hartford, CT (7 appearances, 1.3 hours, 2004-2013); WNTN Radio, Newton, MA (2 appearance, 0.7
hours, 2005-2006); WPRO Radio, Providence, RI (49 appearances, 17.80 hours, 1997-2014); WHJJ Radio,
Providence, RI (24 appearances, 9.05 hours, 1999-2011); WNRI Radio, Providence, RI (10 appearances, 2.6 hours,
2002-2014); WSAR Radio, Fall River, MA (113 appearances, 71.85 hours, 1989-2014); WBSM Radio, New
Bedford, MA (61 appearances, 19.60 hours, 1990-2012); WAQY Radio, Springfield, MA (1 appearance, 0.5 hours,
2007); WBAI Radio, New York, NY (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2003); WJFD Radio, New Bedford, MA (1
appearance, 0.2 hours, 1999); WQRC Radio, Hyannis, MA (7 appearance, 1.35 hours, 2002-2012); WBIX Radio,
Boston, MA (2 appearances, 0.6 hours, 2001); WHYN Radio, Springfield, MA (5 appearances, 1.20 hours, 19952011); WFCR Radio (New England Public Radio), Amherst, MA (11 appearances, 2.40 hours, 1999-2013); WQRC
Radio, Barnstable, MA (1 appearance, 0.5 hours, 2000); WAMC - NPR Radio, Albany, NY (15 appearances, 2.7
hours, 1999-2014); WGBH Radio, Boston, MA (8 appearances, 1.85 hours, 1999-2013); WNBH Radio, New
Bedford, MA (6 appearances, 2.8 hours, 1992-2009); WPEP Radio, Taunton, MA (1 appearance, 1.0 hours, 1993);
WHTB Radio, Fall River, MA (6 appearances, 3.1 hours, 1990-91); WFAL Radio, Falmouth, MA (1 appearance,
0.5 hours, 1989); WSMU Radio, Dartmouth, MA (5 appearances, 2.5 hours, 1991-95); WICH Radio, Norwich, CT
(1 appearance, 0.2 hours, 2007); WATR Radio, Waterbury, CT (1 appearance, 0.5 hours, 2007); WLIU Radio, Long
Island, NY (1 appearance, 0.5 hours, 2006); WMOU Radio, Berlin, NH (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2007); WEVONPR Radio, Nashua, NH (4 appearances, 0.80 hours, 2007-2013); WGAM Radio, Nashua, NH (2 appearance, 0.6
hours, 2009-2013); WGAN Radio, Portland, ME (5 appearances, 1.7 hours, 2007-2013); WMEA Radio, Portland,
ME (2 appearances, 1.0 hours, 2007); WPBN Radio, Orono, ME (6 appearances, 1.5 hours, 2007-2013); WIFI
Radio, Florence, NJ (1 appearance, 0.5 hours, 2009); CBS Radio, Washington, D.C. (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours,
2012); WBBM Radio, Chicago, IL (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2011); WTAQ Radio, Greenbay, WI (1 appearance,
0.2 hours, 2011); WOKV Radio, Jacksonville, (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); WHRV Radio, Houston, TX (1
appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); WWL Radio, New Orleans, LA (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KATU Radio,
Portland, Oregon (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); CBC Radio, Toronto, ON (1 appearance, 0.25 hours, 2012).
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Television (333 interviews & stories)
WBZ-CBS Channel 4, Boston, MA (12 appearances, 1.20 hours, 1999-2013); WFXT – FOX Channel 25, Boston,
MA (6 appearance, 0.7 hours, 2007-2013); WGBH – PBS Channel 2, Boston (5 appearances, 1.4 hours, 20072010); Comcast CN8, Boston, MA (3 appearance, 0.50 hours); WHDH-NBC Channel 7, Boston, MA (3 appearance,
0.3 hours, 2007-2008); WCVB-ABC, Channel 5, Boston (14 appearances, 1.9 hours, 1995-2013); WLNE-ABC
Channel 6, Providence (22 appearances, 3.2 hours, 1990-2012); WJAR-NBC Channel 10, Providence (54
appearances, 8.0 hours, 1990-2012); WPRI-Fox Channel 12, Providence (35 appearances, 5.65 hours, 1990-2014);
WFSB-CBS Channel 3, Hartford (2 appearance, 0.2 hours, 2004-2013); WTXX-FOX, Hartford, CT (2 appearance,
0.2 hours, 2010-2013); WVIT-NBC Channel 30, Hartford (3 appearances, 0.3 hours, 2008-2013); ComCast Channel
9, Provincetown, MA (3 appearances, 1.5 hours, 2004); ComCast Channel 9, New Bedford, MA (63 appearances,
20.60 hours, 1990-2006); WSHM-CBS, Channel 3, Springfield, MA (2 appearance, 0.2 hours, 2012); WGGB-ABC
Channel 40, Springfield, MA (6 appearance, 0.6 hours, 2001-2013); WGBY-PSB, Springfield, MA (2 appearances,
1.0 hours, 2007); WWLP-NBC, Channel 22, Springfield, MA (12 appearances, 1.7 hours, 2009-2013); CBS-3,
Springfield, MA (3 appearances, 0.3 hours, 2011); HCTV, Haverhill, MA (1 appearance, 0.5 hours, 2007); RPTI –
Portuguese International Television (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2000); Channel 3, Media One, Barnstable, MA (1
appearance, 0.2 hours, 2000); WNAC-FOX Channel 64, Providence (4 appearances, 0.4 hour, 1999-2013); WLVIWB Channel 56, Boston (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 1999); WABU Channel 68, Boston, MA (1 appearance, 0.2
hours, 1995); NECN Channel 14, Boston (14 appearances, 1.8 hours, 1995-2013); WBUR Channel 66, Boston, MA
(1 appearance, 0.5 hours, 1993); Channel 49, Providence (1 appearance, 0.5 hours, 1993); WHLL Channel 27,
Worcester, MA (2 appearances, 1.0 hour, 1991); WWLB Channel 22, Springfield, MA (4 appearances, 0.4 hours,
1999-2008); PACTV – Channel 18, Plymouth, MA (1 appearance, 0.5 hours, 2011); WMUR-ABC Channel 9,
Manchester, NH (3 appearance, 0.3 hours, 2009-2012); WBIN, Manchester, NH (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2012);
WCAX-ABC Channel 6, Burlington, VT (1 appearance, 0.1 hours); WCSH-NBC Channel 6, Portland, ME (7
appearances, 0.9 hours, 2007-2013); WGME-CBS Channel 13, Portland, ME (3 appearances, 0.5 hours, 20082012); WMTW-ABC Channel 8, Portland, ME (3 appearance, 0.4 hours, 2008-2012); WABI Channel 5, Bangor,
ME, (2 appearances, 0.2 Hours, 2006-2012); WLBZ-NBC Channel 2 (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2012); WABC –
ABC Channel 7, New York, NY (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2008);WNYW-FOX, Channel 5, New York, NY (1
appearance, 0.1 hours, 2012); WGRZ-NBC Channel 2, Buffalo, NY (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); WTEN–ABC
Channel 10, Albany, NY (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2008); WVNS-CBS, Ghent, WV (1 appearance, 0.1 hours,
2013); WBOC-FOX, Channel 16, Delmarva, DE (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); WBAL-TV (Baltimore, MD, 1
appearance, 0.1 hours, 2012); WSLS-NBC Channel 10, Roanoke, VA (3 appearance, 0.3 hours, 2012); WLEX-IND,
Channel 18, Lexington, KY (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); WNCT-CBS, Channel 9, Greenville, SC (1
appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); WXVT-IND, Channel 15, Greenville, MS (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); CNN-T
V (Atlanta, GA, 1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2012); WSAV-NBC, Channel 3, Savannah, GA (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours,
2012); WSVN-TV Channel 7, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (1 appearance, 0.1hours, 2012); WPTV-NBC, Channel 5, West
Palm Beach, FL (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); WPEC-CBS, Channel 12, West Palm Beach, FL (1 appearance,
0.1 Hours, 2012); WBRC-FOX, Birmingham, AL (1 appearance, 01. Hours, 2013); KMOV-IND, Channel 4, St.
Louis, MO (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KCTV-IND, Channel 5, Kansas City, MO (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours,
2012); WIBW-IND, Channel 13, Topeka, KS (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KWWL-NBC, Channel 7, Dubuque,
IA (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KOTV-IND, Channel 6, Tulsa, OK (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KWQCIND, Channel 6, Davenport, IA (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KEYC-FOX, Channel 12, Monkato, MN (1
appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); WOAI-NBC, Channel 4, San Antonio, TX (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KTRKABC, Houston, TX (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2013); KVUE-ABC, Austin, TX (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012);
KHOU-IND, Channel 11, Houston, TX (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KTVN-CBS, Channel 2, Reno, NV (1
appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KSWO-IND, Channel 7, Wichita, TX (1 appearance, 0.1 Hours, 2012); KATU,
Portland, OR (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2013); FOX Latino (1 appearance, 0.1 hours, 2012); SKY News, United
Kingdom (1 appearance, 01. Hours).
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UNIVERSITY SERVICE
University and System Level Committees
2008 to 2009
Member, Special Task Force on Nuclear Energy, UMass Board of Trustees
-- The task force is charged with examining the economics and public policy issues of a proposal
for one or more state-owned nuclear power plants in Massachusetts.
2003-2004
Chair, Center for Marketing Research, Five-Year Review Team (UMass Dartmouth)
- Reviewed the five-year review performance of the Center for Marketing Research with respect to
mission, external funding, and project completion as required by the campus Policy on Academic
Centers and Institutes for purpose of determining whether the ATMC should continue to operate
as an academic center on campus.
1999-2000
Member, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth/Southern New England School of Law Merger
Study Group
- Served as member of ad hoc fact finding committee created by the UMass Dartmouth
Chancellor to review a legislative proposal to merge the Southern New England School of
Law, a private institution, into UMD as the UMass School of Law.
1999-2001
Member, Advanced Technology Manufacturing Center, Five-Year Review Team (Umass
Dartmouth)
- Reviewed the five-year review performance of the ATMC with respect to mission, external
funding, and project completion as required by the campus Policy on Academic Centers and
Institutes for purpose of determining whether the ATMC should continue to operate as an
academic center on campus.
1992 – 2000
Member, University Budget Review Board
- Review annual budget requests and tuition and fee rates; review university budget and
expenditures semi-annually with Vice-Chancellor of Administration & Finance.
1996 – 1997
Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Centers and Institutes, UMass Dartmouth
- Special committee convened to develop a formal policy governing the creation,
operation, reporting, review, and termination of academic Centers and Institutes at the
UMD campus.
1989 to 1991
Member, University General Education Committee
- Served as member of university-wide committee charged with developing a set of
general education requirements for all students at UMD. Recommendations forwarded to
Vice-Chancellor of Academic Affairs in Fall 1991.
1989 to 1990
Member, University Library Committee
- Served as department representative to committee responsible for reviewing and recommending
library policies to Dean of the Library and for approving acquisition strategies and acquisition
allocations among department.
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University and System Level Committees (continued)
1990 – 1991
Member, President’s Ad Hoc Revenue Enhancement Committee (1990-1991)
- Served as member of ad hoc committee created by the University President to review
and recommend mechanisms for increasing sources of university revenue from non-state
sources.
1988 to 1989
Member, University Admissions Committee
- Served as member of campus-wide committee responsible for reviewing admissions
policies, admissions standards, recruitment strategies, and compliance with affirmative
action goals.
College & School Level Committees
2008 to 2013
Member, Dean’s Executive Council, School of Education, Public Policy, & Civic Engagement
- Consult with the Dean of the School on a monthly basis on all matters of academic and
educational policy.
2008 to 2013
Member (Chair, 2010-2011), School Academic Council, School of Education, Public Policy, &
Civic Engagement
- Review (and recommend or reject) all faculty applications from the school’s four departments
for contract renewal, tenure, and promotion before they are forwarded to the Dean of the School.
Fall 2010
Chair, Dean Search Committee, School of Education, Public Policy, &
Civic Engagement
- Review (and recommend or reject) all applications for the school’s dean position, including the
coordination of all committee functions, meetings, and official paperwork.
2007 to 2008
Member, 3-year Evaluation Committee for Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
-- The evaluation committee reviewed faculty, student, staff, and community input, as well as
materials submitted to it by the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and made recommendation
on contract renewal to the Provost.
1996 to 1998
1990 to 1992
Member, Social Science Academic Council, College of Arts & Sciences
- Review (and recommend or reject) all faculty applications from five social science
departments for contract renewal, tenure, and promotion before they are forwarded to the
Dean of the College. Chaired the Council in 1991-92.
1988 to 1990
Member, College of Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee
- Served as department representative; committee is responsible for approving or rejecting
all faculty proposals for new course offerings, changes to existing courses, or proposals
for any substantial alterations in the curriculum of the College of Arts and Sciences.
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Faculty Union and Faculty Senate
1998 to 2000
Member, Higher Education Program & Policy Council, American Federation of Teachers
- Attend 3 national meetings per year to assist in development of national higher
education policy and attend other conferences/meetings as AFT representative.
1998 to 2000
President, University of Massachusetts Faculty Federation, American Federation of Teachers
Local 1895
- Meet monthly with the Chancellor to discuss contract-related personnel and budget
items; secured ratification of new collective bargaining agreement (1998-2001),
legislative funding, and successful implementation of the Agreement; completed
negotiations on 9 MOUs, including a post-tenure review procedure; played a major role in
securing legislative approval of 16.0% raise for faculty (1998-2001 contract); supervise
and coordinate grievance filings and arbitration requests; supervise and coordinate
collective bargaining for faculty; preside over University Union Council (inter-union
council on Dartmouth campus).
2002 – 2003
1991 – 1996
Treasurer
- Managed an annual budget of $320,000; responsible for quarterly budget reports to
members; union tax payments (e.g., Income, Social Security, unemployment), and
purchasing; ex-officio member of local executive board; successfully implemented
efficiency measures during both terms to eliminate an annual operating deficit of $12,000
without a dues increase, while providing 6% increase in stipends to union officers; track
salary data for full- and part-time faculty at UMD and 7 peer institutions; meet monthly
with Chancellor to discuss contract-related and other funding items; played a major role
in securing legislative funding of 13.7% raise for faculty (1995-98 contract).
1996 – 2004
Executive Board Member
1996 - 1997
Chair, Technical Advisory Group on Non-Faculty Research Staff
- Responsible for identifying and collecting information on non-faculty research staff on campus
(e.g., job descriptions, funding sources, compensation, etc.). The Technical Advisory Group
developed contract language that brought these employees into the faculty bargaining unit as a
special class of employees with union protections, but with more flexible work rules on hiring, job
tenure, and compensation.
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Faculty Union and Faculty Senate (continued)
1993 - 2001
Chair, Compensation and Evaluation Subcommittee, Contract Negotiations Committee
- Prepared compensation and evaluation proposals for contract negotiations (1998-2001).
Assisted in negotiating a 15% raise for faculty in exchange for designing a periodic multiyear review system for tenured faculty.
- Participated in special negotiations in 1997 to establish the University’s first formal
policy regulating technology transfer, intellectual property rights (e.g., patents and
business spin-offs from university research and distance learning), and new conflict of
interest policy.
- Prepared compensation and evaluation proposals for contract negotiations and
negotiated major compensation items in faculty’s first contract (1993-98) as a new
affiliate of the UMass System. Proposals were designed to provide an innovative
transition emphasizing new workforce flexibility, performance accountability, and direct
linkages between educational outputs (clearly delineated by contract language) and
financial rewards. The 1995-98 contract anchors all evaluations in teaching performance;
provided an 11.5% raise, doubled funds available for faculty for research and
professional development, extended professional development funds to part-time faculty
for the first time, and earmarked additional funds for equity adjustments and for a new
senior rank (Chancellor Professor) that includes an additional salary adjustment.
1995 – 1996
Member, UMass Dartmouth Parity Committee
- Joint labor-management committee created by a Memorandum of Understanding to
develop a ‘parity implementation plan’ for raising average UMD faculty salaries to those
of other UMass campuses by Fiscal Year 2000. The first round of parity adjustments
were funded in FY 1997 by increasing minimum salaries for all faculty to UMass
Amherst rates and by providing special “seniority adjustments” to Full Professors based
on years-in-rank in FY 1997 and FY 1998.
1999 to 2005
Chair, UMass Faculty Political Action Committee
- Founded and chair a faculty political action committee focusing on state legislative and
gubernatorial races. Serve as a faculty liaison to the region’s state legislative delegation;
track legislators’ voting records on items related to higher education and university
faculty; file annual campaign expenditure reports with state Office of Campaign and
Political Finance; worked to secure funding of two faculty contracts; worked to secure
and provided advise on amendments to Chapter 75 of Massachusetts General Laws that
created a new five-campus University of Massachusetts System (that now includes the
Dartmouth campus).
2000
Delegate, Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Conference of the American Association
of University Professors, held at Curry College, Milton, Massachusetts,
December 2, 2000
1998
1994
1993
Delegate, National Convention of the American Federation of Teachers (New Orleans, La.)
Delegate, National Convention of the American Federation of Teachers (Anaheim, Calif.)
Delegate, American Federation of Teachers National Legislative/Political Conference
(Washington, D.C.)
Delegate, American Federation of Teachers National Legislative/Political Conference
(Washington, D.C.)
1991
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Faculty Union and Faculty Senate (continued)
1988 to 2002
Delegate, Annual Convention of the Massachusetts Federation of Teachers
2011 – 2014
Representative, UMass Dartmouth Faculty Senate (1988-1991, 1996-1997, 2011-2014)
1988 - 1998
Steering Committee (1990-1991)
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