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Herrington Bryce, Ph.D.

The College of William and Mary

Herrington J. Bryce is Life of Virginia Professor of Business at The College of William and Mary, where he teaches corporate financial strategy, corporate cost and profit-planning, and nonprofit finance and management. Previously he served as a member of the Treasury Board of the State of Virginia, president of the National Policy Institute, president of the Carlogh Corporation, vice president of the National Academy of State and Local Governments, director of Research for the Joint Center for Political Economic Studies, and senior economist at the Urban Institute. He has taught at MIT, the University of Maryland, and Clark University in Worcester, MA. He was a fellow at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University, an economic policy fellow at the Brookings Institution, and a NATO fellow in Belgium. Professor Bryce is author or editor of several books and articles, including op-ed pieces for the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. He was the writer-editor of the Not-for-Profit Financial Strategies newsletter, and has also authored "Financial and Strategic Management for Nonprofit Organizations" and "Planning Smaller Cities." Bryce holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the Maxwell School, Syracuse University.

Faculty for Financing the Future, 2005 - 2008


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