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Professor of Finance

Year Joined RCNJ: 1985

Contact Information

  • Phone: (201) 684-7373
  • Email:
  • Office: ASB-303
  • Office Hours: Tues. & Fri. 11:40 AM - 1:40 PM & Wed. 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM. And by appt.


  • B.A., Hunter College
  • M.A., Lehman College
  • Ph.D., Rutgers University

Courses Offered:

  • Corporate Finance I
  • Financial Markets and Institutions
  • Securities & Investments
  • Financial History of the United States

Teaching Interest:

  • Capital Markets
  • Business and Society
  • Financial History

Research Interest:

  • Nonprofit Sector
  • Business Cycle
  • Financial Markets
  • Financial History

Recent Publications:

  • Abzug, R., Olbrecht, A., Sabrin, M., & DeLeon, E. (2015).  Nonprofit Financing to the Rescue? The Slightly Twisted Case of Local Educational Foundations and Public Education in New Jersey.   Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 45(1).
  • Crawford, C. J., Sabrin, M., & Tuneva, E. (2012).  Property Taxes in New Jersey: Are Homeowners Paying for School Districts at a Disproportionate Rate….Is There Tax Equity in New Jersey?   Public and Municipal Finance, 1(1), 27-29 .
  • Rakotobe-Joel, T. & Sabrin, M. (2010).  An outcome-based perspective of Leadership: Investigating the Direct Effects of Corporate Leaders on the Firm’s Financial Outcome.   Journal of Business and Economics Research, 8 (11).
  • Crawford, C., Sabrin, M., & Tuneva, E. (2010). Property Taxes in New Jersey: Are Homeowners Paying for School Districts at Disproportionate Rates…Is There Equity in New Jersey. Northeast Business & Economic Association, Morristown, New Jersey.

Recent Professional Contributions:

  • 2017:  Sabrin Center for Free Enterprise, Mahwah, New Jersey.   Presentation of spring, 2017 sabbaitical research findings and streamed on the internet: “Bubblenomics: How the Federal Reserve Creates Financial Bubbles”
  • 2014:  Charles Koch Foundation.  The Income Tax: Necessary Evil or Root of All Evil Symposium and Documentary, Principal Investigator. A symposium and documentary to explore the effects of the progressive income tax and calls for its repeal or replacement with a flat tax or fair tax.
  • 2013:  Charles Koch Foundation, Mahwah, New Jersey.
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