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James O. Horrigan

James O. Horrigan, American finance professor. State representative New Hampshire Legislature, 1975-1978; town chairman Durham Democrats, 1978-1984; delegate New Hampshire Democratic Convention, 1980,82. Served to Lieutenant(junior grade), United States Navy, 1952-1955, Atlantic Fleet. Member American Accounting Association, American Economic Association, American Finance Association, Finance Management Association.

Background

  • Horrigan, James O. was born on December 27, 1930 in Joliet, Illinois, United States. Son of Owen Peter and Eleanor M. (Hurley) Horrigan.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Notre Dame, 1952. Master of Business Administration, University Chicago, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1967.

    Career

    • Instructor University Notre Dame, Indiana, 1956-1958. Research assistant University Chicago, 1959. Assistant professor University Notre Dame, Indiana, 1960-1966.

      Professor University New Hampshire, since 1966. Visiting professor Dartmouth College, 1971, University Kent, England, 1972-1973, Stanford University, 1982, Northeastern University, 1987.

    Membership

    State representative New Hampshire Legislature, 1975-1978. Town chairman Durham Democrats, 1978-1984. Delegate New Hampshire Democratic Convention, 1980,82.

    Served to Lieutenant(junior grade), United States Navy, 1952-1955, Atlantic Fleet. Member American Accounting Association, American Economic Association, American Finance Association, Finance Management Association.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Clifton Griswold, November 25, 1955. Children: Timothy Owen, M. Eleanor, Katherine G. Foss.
    • father: Owen Peter Horrigan
    • mother: Eleanor M. (Hurley) Horrigan
    • spouse: Mary Clifton Griswold
    • children: Timothy Owen Horrigan
    • M. Eleanor Horrigan
    • Katherine G. Foss Horrigan
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    Born December 27, 1930
    Nationality
    • 1952
      University Notre Dame
    • 1956
      University Chicago
    • 1967
      University Chicago
    • 1956 - 1958
      Instructor, University Notre Dame
    • 1959
      research assistant, University Chicago
    • 1960 - 1966
      assistant, professor University Notre Dame
    • 1966
      professor, University New Hampshire