Economist; university professor. Born– Nov. 22, 1937, Newark, N.J. Parents– Felix Michael and Philomena Venderosa (Italiano) Lamont. Married– Janice Monk, Jan. 20, 1965. Children– Two. Education– University of Pennsylvania, B.S., 1959; Tulane University, M.B.A., 1960; University of Alabama, Ph.D., 1964. Served in U.S. Army, 1964-1966; taught, University of Notre Dame, 1966-1967; University of Alabama, 1967-1973; University of Wisconsin, 1973-1978; Roosevelt University in Chicago, Professor of Business and Dean of the College of Business Administration, 1978-2006. Fulbright Commission Lectureship in Ecuador, 1970, and Peru, 1972. Member– American Marketing Association; Academy of International Business; Fellow in academic administration, American Council on Education, 1971-1972. Died April 8, 2006.


Contemporary Authors online; obituary


Conquering the Wireless World:  The Age of m-Commerce.  Oxford: Capstone, 2001.

Forcing Our Hand; America’s Trade Wars in the 1980s. Lexington, Mass.; Lexington Books, 1986.

Foreign State Enterprises; a Threat to American Business. New York; Basic Books, 1979.

Global Marketing.  Blackwell, 1996.

Managing Foreign Investments in Southern Italy. New York; Praeger, 1973.

Salmon Day: The End of the Beginning for Global Business.  Capstone, 1997.

Winning Worldwide; Strategies For Dominating Global Markets. Homewood, Ill.; Business One Irwin, 1991.


Protectionism:  Can American Business Overcome It?  Indianapolis:  Bookscroft, 1986.


Public Policy Toward Retailing; an International Study. Boston; Heath, 1972.