Bernard Smith

Office: 302 Lewis House
Phone: (973) 408 - 3595




Title: Associate Professor of Economics (1986)


Degrees: Ph.D., Yale University (May 1989); M. Phil., Yale University (May 1982); M.A., Yale University (May 1981); B. S. B. A. (with Honors) University of Florida (June 1977)


Teaching Experience: Yale University, 1982 85; University of Florida, 1978 - 9.


Specialties: American Economic History; European Integration in History..


Research Interests: Economic History, Ethnicity and Small Firms


Selected Publications:

"Market Development, Industrial Development: The Case of the American Corset Trade, 1860 1920," Business History Review, Volume 65, Spring 1991 (Graduate School of

Business Administration, Harvard University Press).

The Ready-Made Menswear Industry of Rochester, New York 1848-1900" in A Perfect Fit: The Garment Industry and American Jewry. (Texas Tech University Press 2006)

Book review of Fig Leaves and Fortune: A Fashion Company Named Warnaco by John

W. Field, which appeared in Business History Review, Spring 1992.


Professional Experience:

Director: Drew University Semester on European Integration, Brussels Belgium, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1995, 2001, 2005, 2007 (scheduled).