Education, preparation and communication between stakeholders are essential elements when it comes to achieving long-term prosperity.
This program provides family members, beneficiaries and trustees with the fundamental skills necessary for overseeing the successful preservation, management, growth and transition of family wealth.
Alan Hochstein, PhD
Dr. Hochstein teaches in the areas of general finance and business economics. Before joining Concordia's Finance Department, he taught economics at McGill's graduate business school for a number of years. He has presented papers at conferences in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. He has written a microeconomics textbook and has published in the Canadian Personnel and Industrial Relations Journal, Canadian Public Policy, The Gerontologist, The Atlantic Economic Review and Canadian Journal of Marketing Research. Although he has done research in general business economics areas, his main interest is in the health economics field.