David B. Sicilia
David B. Sicilia is an Associate Professor of History at University of Maryland. He’s also a Henry Kaufman Fellow in Business History at the Smith School of Business. David’s research and teaching centers on business, economic, and technology history and includes a special emphasis on the history of capitalism. He is known for his expertise in applying historical analysis to contemporary issues. His book, Greenspan Effect: Words that Move the World’s Markets, co-authored with Jeffrey L. Cruikshank, was voted a Library Journal Best Business Book of the Year. He is active in consulting and also frequently appears in local, national, and international print and broadcast media.