Dr. Fred McKinney received his Ph.D. in economics from Yale University in 1983. He has taught and worked at Sacred Heart University, Brandeis University, the University of Connecticut School of Business, and Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business. Additionally, Dr. McKinney served as President and CEO of the Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council. Dr. McKinney is the co-founder of the economic consulting firm BJM Solutions.. Dr. McKinney lives in Trumbull, CT with his wife Ivy and two dogs Rory and Bentley. The McKinney's have two adult children and two grandsons.
Stories By Fred McKinney
Opinion April 30, 2022Fred McKinney (opinion): Anti-trust and a wealth tax
Opinion April 18, 2022Opinion: MLK’s words still resonate 55 years later.
Opinion February 19, 2022Fred McKinney (opinion): A battle over visions of the nation’s future
Opinion December 27, 2021Fred McKinney (opinion): Time for liberals to understand the truth about corporations
Opinion November 13, 2021Fred McKinney (opinion): A golden opportunity to transform CT’s Black and brown businesses
Opinion October 30, 2021Fred McKinney (opinion): The historical roots of Jan. 6
Opinion October 16, 2021Fred McKinney (opinion): The threat of white minority rule in the United States
Opinion October 2, 2021Fred McKinney (opinion): Logic vs. irrationality the only debate that matters
Opinion September 18, 2021Fred McKinney (opinion): How to pay for a $3.5 trillion infrastructure plan
Opinion July 23, 2021Fred McKinney (opinion): The future for Black and brown cannabis entrepreneurs