Dr. Harvey S. Rosen
Dr. John F. Burke
Cleveland State University professors, Dr. John Burke and Dr. Harvey Rosen shared an office and the belief that economic methodology could be applied to the courtroom.
In 1969, they began providing economic analysis reports and testifying as economic experts and formally incorporated Burke Rosen and Associates in 1973. Still professors today, at John Carroll University, Dr. Burke and Dr. Rosen have proven that their original methodologies can successfully aid plaintiffs and defendants.
Harvey S. Rosen co-founded Burke, Rosen and Associates in 1973 and has over 44 years of teaching experience at the college level. He has had numerous court and governmental appointments, including Class Economist by the Franklin County Common Pleas Court for Georgia Pacific litigation in 2002 and Special Master by the Hamilton County Common Pleas Court for the Bengals litigation in 2001. He is a frequent lecturer and is a member of a number of professional organizations, including the American Economic Association. He was involved in a number of nationally-recognized lawsuits, including the Mound SuperFund Real Estate litigation in 2008; Comair Lexington, Ky., Aircrash in 2007; and the World Trade Center/Victims Compensation Fund. Dr. Rosen earned his B.B.A. from Western Reserve University in 1964; his M.A. from Western Reserve University and University of California Berkeley in 1966; and his Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 1969.
John F. Burke co-founded Burke, Rosen and Associates in 1973 and has over 45 years of teaching experience at the college level. Dr. Burke was appointed by Chief Justice (O.S.C.) T. Moyer as a member of the Ohio Family Judicial Family Network and served as Chairman from 2001-2002. He is a frequent lecturer and is a member of a number of professional organizations, including the American Economic Association. He was involved in a number of nationally-recognized lawsuits, such as the Lockerbie, Scotland Case of Pan Am Flight 103 in 1989; The MGM Fire in 1982; the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald in 1979; and the Kent State University cases of 1975. Dr. Burke earned his Bachelor’s of Science in 1961 from Boston College. He received both his Master’s of Arts in Economics, in 1963, and Doctorate, in 1967, from Notre Dame University. He is married with 10 children. Dr. Burke is also a veteran of the U. S. Navy.