Thomas DelGiudice

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Job title: 

Associate Professor

Phone: 

(516)876-3096

E-mail: 

delgiudicet@oldwestbury.edu

Building: 

New Academic Building

Room: 

3065

Courses taught: 

  • Contemporary Political Economy
  • Global Economy of the 20th C
  • Principles and Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Economic Theory and Debates
  • Topics in US Economic Policy

Education: 

  • PhD University of Massachusetts, Amherst 1990
  • BA Politics, Economics, Society SUNY College at Old Westbury 1979

Research interests: 

  • US Inequality,Global Economy, International Political Economy, US Economic History, Theories of Market Failure

Select publications & presentations: 

  • “Remembrance of a Massacre El Mozote”, Central America in Crisis Symposium SUNY Old Westbury March 2019
  • “Budget and Deficits Where the Rubber Hits the Road” with Professor Veronika Dolar Up to Us Campaign, State University of New York, College at Old Westbury Feb 2018.
  • “Athletes and Activism 68 Olympics: Black Power and Student Protests” sponsored by Residential Life SUNY College at Old Westbury. March 2018.
  • “What’s at Stake with Trump’s Economic Policy?” Teach In: Is This Our America SUNY College at Old Westbury April 5&6 2017
  • “Trump’s Economy a Violation of Progressive Values” Teach In: Is This Our America SUNY College at Old Westbury April 5&6 2017
  • "Campus Planning and Architecture" Higher Education Today Cable TV UDC January 2014, Washington DC.
  • “The Federal Government’s Response to the Financial Crisis”, Great South Bay Forum, Massapequa Long Island N.Y. November 2009
  • “Economic Polarization and the Financial Crisis” Teach In on the Financial Crisis, October 2009, State University of New York, College at Old Westbury March 2001
  • “Middle Class Squeeze and the Candidates” Teach In Presidential Elections October 2004, State University of New York., College at Old Westbury March 2001
  • Migrating Your Course to the Web Teaching for Learning Ctr. State University of New York., College at Old Westbury March 2001,
  • “Third World Debt and its Effects on Families and Children” Catholic Charities Diocese of Rockville Ctr., Church of St. Elizabeth Huntington NY May 1999.
  • “Creating Interactive Tutorials Using Authorware” Conference on Instructional Technology, SUNY Farmingdale April 1998.
  • Trainer “Multimedia Courseware: A Workshop for SUNY Faculty” New Dimensions Office of Educational Technology April 10 and 11th 1997. SUNY College at Old Westbury.
  • “Using Multimedia Across the Curriculum” SUNY Conference on Instructional Technology SUNY College at Oswego May 1996
  • “Software Props” with M. Seybold. Proceedings from Conference on Instructional Technologies June 1-2 1995 Sponsored SUNY/FACT.
  • “Evaluating Student Performance in Computer Tutorials” with M. Seybold Proceedings from Conference on Instructional Technologies June 12, 1995 Sponsored SUNY/FACT
  • Slate and Chalk Revisited" with M. Seybold. Morph Outpost on the Digital Frontier December 1994.
  • "Making History Matter in International Trade" Rethinking Marxism, Guilford Press, Volume 7 # 2 1995. "Importing History into Trade" Marxism in the Postmodern Age: Confronting the New World Order. edited by Callari, Cullenberg, & Biewener. Guilford Press New York: October 1994. 
  • "The Power of Compact Discs as Tutorials". with Seybold, M. New Faculty Roles in New Learning Environments. Proceedings from Conference on Instructional Technologies June 13, 1994 Sponsored SUNY/FACT
  • "Campus Planning and Architecture" Higher Education Today Cable TV UDC January 2014, Washington DC.
  • “The Government Response to the Financial Crisis”, Great South Bay Forum, Massapequa Long Island N.Y. November 2009
  • “Economic Polarization and the Financial Crisis” Teach In on the Financial Crisis, October 2009, State University of New York., College at Old Westbury March 2001
  • “Third World Debt and its Effects on Families and Children” Catholic Charities Diocese of Rockville Ctr., Church of St. Elizabeth Huntington NY May 1999.
  • “Creating Interactive Tutorials Using Authorware” Conference on Instructional Technology, SUNY Farmingdale April 1998.
  • Long Island Jobs A Debate With State Senator Carl Marcellino and Dr. Thomas DelGiudice sponsored by the Long Island Progressive Coalition September 1995 Oyster Bay N.Y.
  • Discussant: Panel “Failure of Socialism, Future of Socialists”. Association of Economic and Social Analysis, Summer Conference 1993.
  • “Reevaluating Comparative Advantage: The Case of Nicaragua” Marxism in the New World Order: Crisis and Possibilities, International Conference, Amherst, Massachusetts, Nov. 1992.
  • Chair of a the Panel “NAFTA”. Marxism in the New World Order: Crisis and Possibilities, International Conference, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 1992.
  • “Making Lemonade” A Talk with Dr. Jose Sanchez ReLearning Center, SUNY College at Old Westbury Spring 1991.
  • “The Class Effects of a Comparative Advantage in Primary Goods: The Case of Nicaragua.” Allied Social Science Associations, New Orleans, La. January 1992
  • "Class and Social Theory” 9th Annual Conference on Marxist Social Theory, Amherst, Massachusetts, April 1991.