Samuel Adams and the U.S. Beer Industry


Addington M. Coppin & Cynthia E. Miree

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    Addington Coppin, PhD in Economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is a Professor of Economics at Oakland University (OU). He teaches in the School of Business Administration's undergraduate and graduate programs both face to face and on-line. Prior to joining the faculty at OU in 1989, Addington taught at the University of the West Indies and worked as a senior economist at the Central Bank of Barbados. His primary teaching and research interests are in the areas of International Trade and Finance, International Economic Development, International Business, and Labor Economics. He is the author of over thirty journal articles on socio-economic issues related to the Caribbean region.

    Cynthia Miree, PhD in Business Administration/Strategic Management from the University of Pittsburgh is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management at OU. She teaches in the School of Business Administration's undergraduate, graduate and (formerly) the Executive MBA programs. She has also served as the Faculty Director of Undergraduate Education. Prior to pursuing her PhD Cynthia worked in the pharmaceutical industry for Parke-Davis and Merck Sharpe & Dohme. Her teaching and research are in the field of strategic management. Cynthia has published in several journals, including the Journal of Operations Management, the Journal of Small Business Strategy and the Journal of Competitive Intelligence and Management.

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