Dr. Bruce Corrie, is Professor of Economics and Chair of the Department of Undergraduate Business at Concordia University in Saint Paul. He has a PhD in Economics from the University of Notre Dame.
His new vision (and data) on the dynamic power of ethnic capital has been well received by audiences ranging from the Rotary Club to the Rural Diversity, El Pueblo Hispano and Minnesota Indian Economic Development Fund conferences. His views have appeared on various mainstream media outlets and the ethnic press including the national Lehrer News Hour, National Public Radio, Minnesota Public Radio, Midmorning (MPR), WCCO radio, KCCO Business Radio, WCCO TV, Almanac, the Pioneer Press, the Star Tribune, the Fargo Forum, La Prensa, Insight News, Finance and Commerce, Spokesman-Recorder, The Business Journal, Asian American Press, The African News Journal, Mshale, Hmong Times, Hmong Today, Korean Quarterly, India Abroad, and Asian Pages.
He has served on Federal, State and local government and non profit boards and committees.
His global perspective derives from his extensive travels to various parts of the world such as Australia, New Zealand, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Israel, Palestinian Authority, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Canada, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Mexico, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates. He has conducted foreign study tours to London, Mexico, India, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
He is editor of www.policyperspectives.org which provides diverse perspectives on policy issues and is indexed in EBSCO databases.