Dr. Mark S. Leclair
Professor of Economics
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 327
A cartel storm in a tea cup
Dr. Mark LeClair, professor of economics at Fairfield, is quoted in a story about the burgeoning tea cartel. "Tea is very likely to face the same fate as previous cartel attempts in soft commodities such as sugar and cocoa. 'Tea could be grown widely - if they force prices up, other countries will enter into the market,' Prof LeClair says."
Published in Financial Times of London on 1/31/13
Greenwich unemployment rate at record high
"That's a big jump," said Mark LeClair, an economics professor at Fairfield University. "The big stuff (in job losses) already happened."
Published in Stamford Advocate on 10/22/09
Mortgage giant bailout could boost real estate market
"I wouldn't say it's positive, but it certainly is necessary," said Mark LeClair, an economics professor at Fairfield University. "The mortgage industry won't do better unless Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are rescued."
Published in Stamford Advocate on 9/14/08