George S. Swan

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentManagement

Phone336-285-3368

Fax336-256-2645

Emailswan@ncat.edu

OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 220

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

George S. Swan

Education

SJD: Law, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, 1983

LLM: Law, University of Tornto Faculty of Law, 1976

JD: Law, University of Notre Dame School of Law, 1974

BA: Political Science, The Ohio State University, 1970


Research Interests

Business Law, Financial Planning


Recent Publications

Swan, George  (2017).  The Proximate Impulse Behind "Romeo and Juliet" Quartos-Divergences: The Marian Theory.  In Prof. Susan Matheson, University College of the North (The Pas, Manitoba)   (4,  9,  pp. 89-162).  the quint: an interdisciplinary quarterly from the north.

Swan, George  (2016).  The Proximate Reason Romeo and Juliet's Bride Be But Thirteen: The Marian Theory.  In Prof. Susan Matheson, University College of the North (The Pas, Manitoba),  No  (1,  9,  pp. 66-101).  the quint: an interdisciplinary quarterly from the north.

Swan, George  (2015).  William Styron's True Fiction: Hans Frank and Styron's Sophie's Choice .  In Prof. Sue Matheson  (4,  7,  pp. 188-220).  the quint: an interdisciplinary quarterly from the north.

Swan, George  (2015).  The Law and Economics of Integrity as Social Capital: Practicality in the Capitalist Economy.  Contemporary Issues Surrounding Ethical Research Methods and Practices 

Swan, George  (2015).  The Financial Wellness Industry and a Crowded Legal-Employment Market: Market Failure Summons Synergy.  In Sharon A. Devaney,  No  (4,  43,  pp. 343-356).  Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal/American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/fcsr.2015.43.issue-4/issuetoc).

Swan, George  (2014).  William Styron's Dubious Memoir: Sophie and Styron's "Sophie's Choice".  In Profs. John Butler and Sue Matheson (UCN)  (1,  7,  pp. 140-175).  the quint: an interdisciplinary quarterly from the north/University College of the North, The Pas, Manitoba.

Swan, George  (2014).  Lessons of 1969's Selective Service Amendment Act: Explaining US Babyboomers' Civil War.  (7,  8,  pp. 175-184).  African Journal of Political Science and International Relations.

Swan, George  (2014).  The Proximate Source of "A Midsummer Night's Dream": Anthony Munday's "John A Kent and John A Cumber" .  In Profs. John Butler and Sue Matheson  (3,  6,  pp. 49-113).  the quint: an interdisciplinary quarterly from the north/University College of the North, The Pas, Manitoba.