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Economics educator

John Joseph Holland,, American economics educator. National Science Foundation grantee, 1973, General Electric Foundation grantee, 1974, Earhart Foundation grantee, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1975-1988. economic consultant New York State Legislation, Albany, 1971-1973. Member American Economic Association, New York Academy of Sciences, New York State Economic Association, Eastern Economic Association, Metropolitan Economic Association.

Background

Holland,, John Joseph was born on June 19, 1929 in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States. Son of John Joseph and Marion Rita (Sexton) Holland.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Economics, Villanova University, 1952. Master of Business Administration, New York University, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1972.

Career

Credit analyst, Federal Reserve Bank New York, New York City, 1952-1954;assistant loan officer, National Bank Detroit, 1954-1957;assistant loan officer, Hanover Bank, New York City, 1959-1960;economist, George G. Sharp, New York City, 1961-1968;professor economics, chair, Iona College, New Rochelle, New York, 1963-1994;economist, GRC Data, Inc., New York City, 1968-1972;visiting professor, acting chair, Monmouth U., West Long Branch, New Jersey, since 1994. Adjunct Professor economics Fordham University, New York City, 1970-1982, Pace U., New York City, 1978-1983. Economics consultant New York State Legislation, Albany, 1971-1973.

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Membership

Economic consultant New York State Legislation, Albany, 1971-1973. Member American Economic Association, New York Academy of Sciences, New York State Economic Association, Eastern Economic Association, Metropolitan Economic Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, walking, travel, writing.

Connections

Married Enda Mai Michelson, August 5, 1978. 1 child, Marion Ada.

father:
John Joseph Holland,

mother:
Marion Rita (Sexton) Holland,

spouse:
Enda Mai Michelson

child:
Marion Ada Holland,