Dr. Kamin has more than 40 years of experience in financial and economic analysis. During his career, he served as vice president and manager of industry economics for First Interstate Bancorp, where he consulted on portfolio allocation decisions for the institution’s $30 billion commercial loan portfolio. At Dart Industries, Dr. Kamin analyzed the Tupperware and Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. divisions. At The Aerospace Corporation’s Economic Evaluation Directorate, Dr. Kamin studied the financial and economic feasibility of large-scale energy systems, including solar and oil-and-gas production, distribution and storage. During postgraduate school, Dr. Kamin’s research on the theory of optimal management of investment portfolios helped advance the work of three Nobel Laureates in economics. Since 1987, Dr. Kamin has consulted on more than 700 cases involving a variety of issues, including lost business profits; lost earnings due to wrongful termination, personal injury and wrongful death; valuation of business interests; intellectual property and antitrust. He taught MBA courses at the University of California, Los Angeles and University of Southern California.
- PhD, Finance Business Economics and Management Science, University of Chicago GraduateSchool of Business, 1973
- MBA, Finance, University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, 1970
- MA, Economics, University of Toronto, 1967
- BASc, Engineering Physics – Electrical Option, University of Toronto, 1965
- National Association of Forensic Economics, Member
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