- Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance
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Just prior to completing her doctorate in economics at Temple University, Dr. Crockett entered the private sector as a litigation consultant. She has over ten years of experience providing expertise in matters involving securities fraud, financial markets, and intellectual property. As a litigation consultant, Dr. Crockett worked for two of the top firms in the industry, was engaged by several top-tier law firms in New York City, and provided support in a number of high-profile matters that have had major implications for the financial services industry, including the Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy and the Bernard Madoff Ponzi Scheme. Since transitioning from the private sector to academia, Dr. Crockett has taught a wide variety of courses from Sports Economics to Money and Banking. During her time at Baruch College, Dr. Crockett has focused on teaching Econometrics to both graduate and undergraduate students.
Economics of Bankruptcy, Edited by Edward R. Morrison. Eastern Economic Journal Book Review.2015.
Impact of Proposition 16 on the Academic Achievement of Men and Women in Division IA Intercollegiate Athletics. Handbook on the Economics of Women’s Sports. 2013
Econometric Models in Sports Economics.” Handbook of Sports Economics with Dr. Michael Leeds. 2005