Dr. Mark Tomass is an instructor at Harvard University. He is specialized in teaching monetary and international economics and has taught Money & Banking and International Trade & Finance in various international and U.S. business schools. His research focuses on using various economic methods to gain insights into monetary and financial crises, the working of economic systems, organized crime and group conflict. He has presented his work at universities and professional meetings throughout North America and Europe, and published many papers and book reviews in the above fields in leading economic journals. As Director of Business Programs at the University of New York in Prague, Dr. Tomass contributed to business education in designing and accrediting graduate and undergraduate business programs. Dr. Tomass earned his Doctorate in Monetary Economics in 1991 at Northeastern University.
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