Entrepreneur, businessman, investor, and educator, John Mason is a former president and CEO of two publicly-traded financial institutions and the chief finance officer of a third. Mason is a former economist in the Federal Reserve System and a special assistant to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, George Romney in the Nixon administration. He previously taught in the finance department at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and ran, at the time, the largest graduate program at Penn State. In recent years, Mason has worked with start-up companies through private equity and the angel investment community. He continues to write about the economy, finance and stocks in books and blog posts.
Recent Articles By The Author
Free Global Trade Should Be Embraced, Not Feared
Those who hold that global trade agreements are not in the interest of the U.S. are wrong.
China Will Need to Show a Steady Hand in Its Currency Moves
Chinese renminbi continued to depreciate this week against the U.S. dollar.
Economic Growth Won't Improve With Current Government Policies
The federal government has followed a policy of credit inflation for fifty-five years or so and created incentives for businesses and investors to put their money into financial engineering
Here's Why the European Union Is Fraying and Could Fall Apart
Here are some of the important issues that underlie what's going on with the European Union and why Britain voted to leave it.
In Wake of Brexit Vote, Here's What British, EU Leaders Need to Do Next
Populist exploiters tend to exploit voter discontent by promising short-run solutions that are narrow and, ultimately, self-defeating when focus really needs to be on building and growing.