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As an industrial economist, Nance Goldstein has studied the forces behind and the implications of computer-mediated technological changes on work, organizations, and employment. Goldstein’s current project at Radcliffe’s Public Policy Center is “Fast Lane Training in Internet-Mediated Business Services.” The project examines how Internet business processes and Internet training are redistributing opportunities for skill and work enhancement and advancement in the financial services sector. She is currently an associate professor at the University of Southern Maine.
She received her MS/PhD in economics from the University of Greenwich and University of London. Goldstein has received numerous awards including the Nelson Entrepreneurship/Small Business Study stipend, a National Science Foundation Grant, University Faculty Senate Research Grants, and an Honorary Fellowship at Edinburg University. She has employed her expertise in industrial economics, technological change, and gender issues at work at the Massachusetts Department of Employment of Training; as an expert witness and consultant; and as the associate director of the President’s National Commission for Employment Policy in Washington, DC.