Richard Haskell is an Associate Professor of Finance in Westminster College's Bill & Vieve Gore School of Business, having come to the college after a fulfilling career in finance and investments and earning Masters and Doctoral degrees in Economics at the University of Utah. His research is centered around asset valuation methods and concepts, and the effects of capital intensity on labor markets.  He teaches higher order finance courses to Gore School of Business seniors and graduate students.

Haskell has a PhD and MS  in Economics from the University of Utah, and BS in Family Financial Planning and Counseling from Brigham Young University.  Though clearly passionate about the discipline of finance and economics, his true passions are his wife, children and grandchildren.

"I've been married for over 40 years to a beautiful and patient wife, and have four children and a growing number of grandchildren spread from Virginia to San Diego.  I'm actively involved in my church and serve on the boards of local charitable foundations.  When I have spare time, or when I used to have spare time, I spend it in my shop building furniture, in my yard tending my ponds and gardens, entertaining and cooking for guests. My life is full to say the very least and I'm grateful for it.  I'm one of those fortunate men whose allowed to spend time doing what I love."