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Mr. Goodburn earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics with a second major in Mathematics from the University of Richmond in 1991 and a Master of Arts Degree in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh in 1995.  Prior to coming to Duquesne full-time, he worked in the private sector as a policy analyst, first with CONSAD Research Corporation and then as a research analyst with the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy.  Mr. Goodburn also worked as a teaching assistant or an adjunct instructor with Duquesne University since 1994 and with Chatham University from 1997 to 2004. 


M.A., Economics, University of Pittsburgh, 1995
B.A., Economics, University of Richmond, 1991


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