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					                               CURRICULUM VITAE

                             James Lambrinos, Ph.D.


School of Management
Lamont House Graduate Center
Union Graduate College of Union University
Schenectady, New York 12308
(518) 631-9893
Internet: lambrinj@uniongraduatecollege.edu



PERSONAL DATA:

Address:           9 Yorkshire Terrace
                   Clifton Park, New York 12065
Phone & Fax:       (518) 877-5361

                                  I. EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Economics, Rutgers University, 1979

Dissertation:      "Health, Income Maintenance, and Labor Supply"
                   Advisors: Monroe Berkowitz
                   Hiroki Tsurumi

Fields:            Health Economics
                   Labor Economics
                   Econometrics
                   Industrial Organization
                   Public Finance

M.A., Economics, Rutgers University, 1977

B.A., Economics and Mathematics, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1975

Honors:            Honors Program
                   Phi Omega Epsilon, Honor Society in Economics
                   Omicron Delta Epsilon, Honor Society in Mathematics
                   Dean's List
                   Cum Laude

Awards:            American Statistical Association Award Winner, 1975

                           II. CURRENT EMPLOYMENT:

Professor, School of Management, Union Graduate College of Union University.

                                                                        Rev. 2009
                                                                        Abbreviated
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                                  III. SCHOLARSHIP:

A. REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:

1. Ashman, Thomas, R. Alan Bowman and James Lambrinos, “The Role in Fatigue in NBA
Wagering Markets: The Surprising “Home Disadvantage Situation”, Journal of Sports
Economics, (forthcoming)

2. Harmon, Oskar R. and James Lambrinos, “Are Online Exams An Invitation to Cheat?”
Journal of Economic Education, Vol. 39, No. 2, Spring 2008, pp. 116-125.

3. Ashman, Thomas and James Lambrinos, “The Impact of Arbitration on Salaries in the
NHL: Is Arbitration Efficient?” Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 8, No. 2, 2007, pp. 192-
201.

4. Lambrinos, James, Mary Jo LaPosta, and Allison Cohen, “Increasing Nursing Hours
Without Increasing Nurses: A Natural Experiment at an Academic Medical Center” Journal
of Nursing Administration, April 2004, pp. 195-199.

5. Fried, Harold, James Lambrinos, and James Tyner, “Evaluating the Performance of
Professional Golfers on the PGA, LPGA, and SPGA Tours” European Journal of
Operations Research, Vol 154, pp. 548-561.

6. Report from the Second American Thoracic Society Workshop on Outcomes Research.
“Understanding Costs and Cost-Effectiveness in Critical Care” American Journal of
Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Vol 165, pp. 540-550.

7. Dewar, Diane M., James Lambrinos and Rajiv Mallick, “Patients with Prolonged
Mechanical Ventilation and Tracheostomy: Are Benefits Worth the Resources Spent?”
Critical Care International, September-October 2000, pp. 12-15.

8. Dewar, Diane M. and James Lambrinos, “Does Managed Care More Efficiently Allocate
Resources to Older Patients in Critical Care Settings?” The Journal of Cost and Quality,
June 2000, pp. 19-26.

9. Dewar, Diane M., James Lambrinos, Rajiv Mallick and Y. Zhong, “A Cost-Benefit Anlysis
of Mechanical Ventilation: An Examination of DRG 475” International Journal of
Technology Assessment in Health Care, 16 (1), pp. 148-164.
10. Dewar, Diane M., Carlos J. Kurek, James Lambrinos, Ian L. Cohen and Yuhong
Zhong. “Patterns in Costs and Outcomes for Patients with Prolonged Mechanical
Ventilation under Diagnosis-Related Group 483 in New York State from 1992-1996” Critical
Care Medicine, Vol. 27, 1999, pp. 2640-2647.

11. Kurek, Carlos J., Diane Dewar, James Lambrinos, Frank V. McL. Booth, and Ian L.
Cohen. "Clinical and Economic Outcome of Mechanically Ventilated Patients in New York
State During 1993: Analysis of 10,473 Cases Using DRG 475" Chest, Vol. 114, 1998, pp.
214-222.
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12. Kurek, Carlos J., Ian L. Cohen, James Lambrinos, Ken Minatoya, Frank V. McL.
Booth, and Donald B. Chalfin. "Clinical and Economic Outcome of Patients Undergoing
Tracheostomy for Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation in New York State During 1993:
Analysis of 6,353 Cases Using Diagnosis-Related Group 483" Critical Care Medicine, Vol.
25, No. 6, pp. 983-988.

13. Chalfin, Donald B., Ian L. Laurence, and James Lambrinos. "The Economics and
Cost-Effectiveness of Critical Care Medicine" Intensive Care Medicine, Vol. 21, 1995, pp.
952-961.

14. Lambrinos, James and Oskar R. Harmon. "The Plaintiff Bias in the CPLR 50-A/50-B
Statute" Albany Law Review, Vol. 59, No. 2, 1995, pp. 693-708.

15. Cohen, Ian Laurence and James Lambrinos. "The Impact of Age on Outcome of
Mechanical Ventilation Using a Population of 41,848 Patients From a Statewide Database"
Chest June 1995, pp. 1673-1680.
16. Mallick, R., M. Strosberg, J. Lambrinos, and J. Groeger. "The ICU Medical Director as
Manager: Impact on Performance" Medical Care June 1995, pp. 611-624.

17. Harmon, Oskar R. and James Lambrinos. "Hedonic Damages Revisited: Some
Empirical Findings" Defense Counsel Journal July 1994, p. 436-441.

18. Cohen, Ian L., James Lambrinos, and I. Alan Fein. "Mechanical Ventilation for the
Elderly Patient in Intensive Care: Incremental Charges and Benefits: Journal of the
American Medical Association February 24, 1993, pp.1025-1029.

19. Cosler, Leon E. and James Lambrinos. "The Impact of Zidovudine on Resource
Utilization of Patients with Symptomatic HIV Illness: A Large Sample Analysis" Inquiry, Fall
1992, pp. 345-355.

20. Harmon, Oskar R. and James Lambrinos. "An Empirical Evaluation of Two Methods
for Estimating Economic Damages: Authors Reply" Journal of Risk and Insurance, June
1992, pp. 323-326.

21. Lambrinos, James. "Hedonic Damages: Economic Theory, Statistical Foundation and
Defense Strategy" Defense Counsel Journal, July 1991, pp. 391-397.
22. Lambrinos, James and Oskar R. Harmon, "An Empirical Evaluation of Two Methods
of Estimating Economic Damages", Journal of Risk and Insurance, December 1989, pp.
733-739.

23. Lambrinos, James and David Appel, "Health Care Cost Inflation: Its Causes and
Cures" NCCI Digest, September 1988, pp. 1-19.

24. Lambrinos, James and William G. Johnson, "Disability-Related Categories: A
Classification System for Short Term Sickness Benefits" Benefits Quarterly, First Quarter
1988, pp. 48-60.

25. Lambrinos, James, "Estimation of Disability Related Categories: A Classification
System for Disability," NCCI Digest, December 1987, pp. 41-54.
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26. Lambrinos, James, "The Proper Valuation of Fringe Benefits in Economic Loss
Studies," Defense Counsel Journal, October 1987, pp. 527-530.

27. Johnson, William G. and James Lambrinos, "The Impact of Prejudice on the Wages
of Disabled Workers," Policy Studies Journal, March 1987, pp. 571-590.

28. Lambrinos, James, "On the Use of Historical Data in the Estimation of Economic
Losses," Journal of Risk and Insurance, September 1985, pp. 464-476.

29. Johnson, William G. and James Lambrinos, "Wage Discrimination Against
Handicapped Men and Women," Journal of Human Resources, Spring 1985, pp. 263-276.

30. Lambrinos, James, "On the Use of Nominal v. Real Economic Variables in
Forecasting Future Earnings Losses," Journal of the Missouri Bar, September 1984, pp.
389-393.

31. Lambrinos, James, "The Importance of Age in the Estimation of Economic Losses,"
Trial Lawyers Quarterly, May 1984, pp. 48-52.

32. Lambrinos, James and William G. Johnson, "Robots to Reduce the High Costs of
Illness and Injury," Harvard Business Review, May/June 1984, pp. 24-28.

33. Berkowitz, Monroe, Paul Fenn and James Lambrinos, "The Optimal Stock of Health
with Endogenous Wages: Application to Partial Disability Compensation," Journal of Health
Economics, August 1983, pp. 139-147.

34. Johnson, William G. and James Lambrinos, "Employment Discrimination,"
Transactions/Society, March/April 1983, pp. 45-50.

35. Lambrinos, James and Jeffrey Rubin, "The Determinants of Average Daily Census in
Public Mental Hospitals: A Simultaneous Model," Medical Care, September 1981, pp.
895-906.

36. Lambrinos, James, "Health: A Source of Bias in Labor Supply Models," Review of
Economics and Statistics, May 1981, pp. 206-212.


B. BOOKS:
1.  Lambrinos, James. Minimizing Economic Loss Damages, Clifton Park, N.Y.: James
Lambrinos, 1996.

2.  Lambrinos, James. Maximizing Economic Loss Damages, New York: John Wiley &
Sons, 1989.

3.   Lambrinos, James. The Insurance Attorney's Guide to Economic Damages, Clifton
Park, N.Y.: James Lambrinos, 1987.
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C. BOOK CHAPTERS:

1.    Lambrinos, James . “Economic Issues of Alcoholism” in Advances in Bioethics:
Values, Ethics and Alcoholism, Vol. 3, edited by Wayne N. Shelton and Rem B. Edwards,
London: JAI Press, 1997.

2.    Lambrinos, James and William G. Johnson. "Disability Related Categories: An
Alternative to Wage-Loss Benefits for Injured Workers," in Workers Compensation Pricing:
Current Programs and Proposed Reforms, edited by Phillip Borba and David Appel,
Philadelphia: S.S. Huebner Foundation Series, 1988.

3.   Lambrinos, James and Peter J. Papadakos. "An Introduction to the Analysis of Risks,
Costs, and Benefits in Critical Care," in Managing the Critical Care Unit, edited by I.A. Fein
and M.A. Strosberg, Rockville, MD. Aspen Publishers, 1987.

4.   Lambrinos, James. "On the Use of Historical Data in the Estimation of Economic
Losses," in Personal Injury Deskbook - 1986, edited by Berry Denkensohn and Gordon
Ohlsson, New York: Mathew Bender and Company, 1986.

5.   Lambrinos, James and David Appel. "Workers Compensation and Employment: An
Industry Analysis," in Disability and the Labor Market: Economic Problems, Policies and
Programs, edited by Monroe Berkowitz and M. Anne Hill, Ithaca, New York: ILR Press,
1986.

6.   Lambrinos, James. "The Importance of Age in the Estimation of Economic Losses," in
Personal Injury Deskbook - 1985, edited by Barry Denkensohn and Gordon Ohlsson, New
York: Mathew Bender and Company, 1985.

D. OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

1. Lambrinos, James. “Wild Bill v. Steady Eddie”, GOLF Magazine, April 1999.

2. Lambrinos, James and William A. Kelly, Jr. "The Effects of Member Income Levels on
Credit Union Financial Performance" Filene Research Institute, Center for Credit Union
Research, 1996.

3. Lambrinos, James and Oskar R. Harmon. "New York's Structured Judgement Law
Results in Unanticipated Distortion of Jury Awards" Insurance Advocate, April 29, 1995.

4. Lambrinos, James, "The Estimation of Economic Damages" in How to Evaluate and
Settle Personal Injury Claims in New York, Eau Claire, WI: Professional Education
Systems, Inc., 1989.

5. Lambrinos, James. "The Estimation of Disability Related Categories: A Classification
System for Disability," Brookfield, WI: International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans,
1988.

6. Lambrinos, James. "The Valuation of Employee Benefits: Theory, Practice and
Implications for Tort Actions," Report 86-3 Brookfield, WI: International Foundation of
Employee Benefit Plans, November 1986.
7. Johnson, William G. and James Lambrinos. "Handicapped Suffer Bias on Job Despite
Laws Against It," Los Angeles Times, Part IV, Viewpoints, Sunday, March 21, 1986.


F. EDITORIAL BOARD/REFEREE SERVICE:

1. Journal of Forensic Economics, Editorial Board Member,

2. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, Editorial Board Member

3. Review of Economics and Statistics, Referee

4. Journal of Human Resources, Referee

5. Journal of Health Economics, Referee
E. EDITORIAL BOARD ACTIVITIES:

1.   Journal of Forensic Economics (Editorial Board 2001-present)

2.   Journal of Disability Policy Studies - Editorial Board Referee
     (1990-1993)

3.   AUPHA Editorial Board Membership (1995-1999)

				
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