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Samuel Phineas Upham specializes in special situation and PE. Previously, Samuel Phineas worked at Morgan Stanley. Samuel Phineas also wrote a nationally syndicated column for UPI in Washington, D.C. and did a stint as a journalist for Toronto’s National Post.
Samuel Phineas Upham graduated with a bachelor’s in Philosophy from Harvard University and later studied at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has written many published essays, papers, and articles, some of which are based on his studies and research at Wharton. After completing his dissertation, he wrote three papers: “Positioning knowledge: schools of thought and new knowledge creation”, “Emerging scientific research fronts, and “Communities of Innovation: Schools of Thought and New Knowledge Creation.” He has also edited three books: “Philosophers in Conversation,” “The Space for Love and Garbage” and “All We Need is a Paradigm.” Inspired by his research as an undergraduate student at Harvard, he wrote two essays, including “Is Economics Scientific? Is Science Scientific?” Samuel Phineas has also published the following two essays: “A Model for Giving: The Effect of Corporate Charity on Employees,” and “The Interconnectivity of Capabilities and the Interdependence of Barriers to Entry: How Taiwan’s Giant Bicycles Broke into the US Bicycle Market.”
While a graduate student, Samuel Phineas volunteered at an anthropological institute, where he helped expand awareness of Caribbean and South American cultures. He is a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations, and an active board member of the University of the Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology’s Young Friends.

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