Lawrence B. Pulley

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Lawrence B. Pulley is dean and T.C. and Elizabeth Clarke professor of the School of Business at The College of William and Mary. A 1974 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the College of William & Mary, Pulley received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Virginia. Before returning to his undergraduate alma mater as a member of the Business School faculty in 1985, he was an assistant professor of economics at Brandeis University. From 1993 to 1996, Pulley served as associate dean of the School of Business and was appointed dean in 1998. Pulley�s academic publications have focused on statistical modeling, portfolio theory and empirical studies in banking. Areas of Interest / Expertise: Banking Industry Structure and Regulation; International Payments; and Portfolio Management. Additional information about Pulley is available from the Mason School of Business (

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