A Man For All Seasons: Nasdaq's Reagan economist, Alaskan wild man and inner-city education advocat
Traders Magazine, December 2002
Dean Furbush, well known to the trading industry as one of the major players working on the SuperMontage platform, has led an unconventional life outside of his executive vice president duties with Nasdaq. Furbush, 44, who grew up in Seattle and was educated as a neo-classical/Chicago monetary school economist, served as an economics adviser for the Center for Naval Analyses. He was an economist for the SEC. He was also an economic adviser in the second Reagan administration, working for the Council of Economic Advisers.
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