Bachelor in Economics, University California, Berkeley, 1965. Master of Arts in Economics, University Chicago, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University Chicago, 1972.
Instructor economics Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 1966-1967, 68-70. Assistant professor economics University Hawaii, Honolulu, 1968, University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1970-1976, assistant deputy chairman, 1972-1974, director honors program, 1974-1976. Economist, senior economist central banking department International Monetary Fund, Washington, 1976-1981, chief SDRs and division treasurer department, 1982-1988, advisor treasurer department, 1989-1991, advisor monetary and exchange affairs department, 1992-1999, assistant director monetary and exchange affairs department, 1999—2003.
Director Cayman Island Monetary Authority, since 2003. Technical assistant, advisor central banks Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyz Republic, Malta, Moldova, Slovakia, Turkey, Iraq, Yugoslavia, Iraq, Israel, West Bank Gaza Strip and other countries. Presenter in field; senior monitary policy advisor Central Bank of Iraq.
Director Africa Youth Peace Call, Good Morning Africa, Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, Universal Trading & Investment Company, Inc.
Member American Economic Association, Western Economic Association International (past member executive committee), Order of the Golden Bear, Philadelphia Society (past member board directors), Mont Peleron Society, Alpha Tau Omega (past president, Berkeley chapter).
Married Louise Wilkinson, February 15, 1968 (divorced June 1980). Children: Brandon, Daylin.