Donald Stabile

Donald Stabile

Title: Economics Professor, Academic Administrator
Company: St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Location: St. Mary’s City, Maryland, United States

Donald Stabile, Economics Professor and Academic Administrator at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in economics.

Dr. Stabile joined the faculty of St. Mary’s College of Maryland in 1980 as an assistant professor of economics, bringing more than 15 years of experience in the field to the position. Throughout the years, he has moved in his roles at the institution and has served as a professor since 2005. Recently, he was an associate dean at the college as well. Prior to coming to St. Mary’s, Dr. Stabile taught for two years at Drury College, served as an associate editor for the National Association of Accountants, worked as a statistician for Standard & Poors Corporation and was vice president of the Dixie Music Company. In addition to these positions, Dr. Stabile has served as secretary and on the board for the Cremona Foundation since 2012. He has previously been the managing director for Bayesian Edge Technology Solutions, Inc., a book reviewer for Business Library Review, a principal researcher for CH Associates, Inc., a director for St. Mary’s Center for Economic Education, a faculty fellow for Students in Free Enterprise and a columnist at Enterprise Newspaper.

In his own academic pursuits, Dr. Stabile first earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University Florida in 1966, a Master of Arts from the University of Massachusetts in 1972 and continued at the institution to receive a PhD in 1979. Throughout his career, he has written, contributed and edited many published works. One of his most recent works has been 2016’s “The Political Economy of a Living Wage.” Other integral works of Dr. Stabile’s are, “The Living Wage,” “Forerunners of Modern Financial Economics,” “The Public Debt of the U.S.” and “Markets, Planning and the Moral Economy.” He ventured into economics after enjoying mathematics in school. While originally intending to go into engineering, he didn’t find the career as satisfying when he began studying it in college, and switched to economics when a course enlightened him on the field.

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