Part Time Lecturer
John Korsak received his BA in Economics and Philosophy from Boston College, his MA in Economics from Clark University, and is currently a PhD candidate in Economics at Clark University. Korsak has worked as a comptroller in political campaigns and as a product marketing manager for an internet software company. He has been a featured speaker at Comnet, worked on a project to provide an online economics class for the Commonwealth of Virginia and has been a recurring panelist at the Colleges of the Fenway teach-in on global climate change. His fields of interest are poverty research, behavioral economics and statistical measurement. He has taught classes on Economics of Everyday Life, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Statistics and Probability.