addition to serving as executive director of the Beacon Hill
Institute, David G. Tuerck serves as professor
and chairman of the Suffolk University Department of Economics.
to joining Suffolk University in 1982, he was a director in
the Economic Analysis Group at Coopers & Lybrand, Washington,
DC. Prior to that, he served as director of the Center for
Research and Advertising at the American Enterprise Institute.
holds a doctorate in economics from the University of Virginia.
His dissertation director was James M. Buchanan, 1986 Nobel Laureate
BACHMAN Director of Research
Bachman is the Director of Research at the Beacon Hill Institute.
holds a Master of Science in International Economics degree
from Suffolk University and a Bachelor of Arts (Politics)
degree from the St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia.
A. CONTE Director, Communications and Information Services
A. Conte manages the Institute's State Competitiveness Project
He is responsible for all aspects of BHI's computer infrastructure
and the institute's web site.
to joining BHI, he was a contributing columnist to the East
Boston Sun-Transcript, and Journal-Transcript Newspapers.
holds a BS in English and Government from Suffolk University
and a MS in Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts,
HAUGHTON Senior Economist
Haughton is a Project
Manager for the Beacon Hill Institute's State Tax Analysis
is an associate professor of economics at Suffolk University.
A specialist in the areas of economic development, international
trade and taxation, he has lectured, taught and conducted
research in almost 20 countries.
received his BA (Mod.) in Economics from Trinity College,
Dublin and his PhD in Economics from Harvard University.
HEAD Research Economist
Head is a Research Economist, involved in both STAMP modeling as
well various Research Projects.He holds
a B.S in Interdisciplinary Mathematics: Economics from the University
of New Hampshire and a Master of Science in Economic Policy at Suffolk
E. ROUNDS, JR. Resident Scholar
E. Rounds, Jr. advises on legal services and on regulatory
is Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School. He is
the author of 13 editions of Loring:
A Trustee's Handbook (Aspen Publishers). He is a member
of the Massachusetts Real Estate Review Board and a fellow
of American College of Trust and Estate Counsel as well as
a member of the Advisory Committee of the Cato Project on
Social Security Choice.
holds a BA from Columbia University and a JD from Suffolk
University Law School.