J.C. Campos is an economist and attorney from Pennsylvania. He did his undergraduate work in economics and mathematics at the University of Southern California, and also holds a master of arts in economics from USC. He received his law degree from Temple University's Beasley School of Law, and is currently finishing a master of science in financial engineering from Temple's Fox School of Business. Professionally, he has worked for over 14 years in new home construction and is Vice President of Marketing and Finance for a mid-sized builder in eastern Pennsylvania. He also maintains his own private law practice. He regularly writes about the economy and investing online at My Credit Crisis Blog (http://www.mycreditcrisisblog.com/) and My Oil Blog (http://www.myoilblog.com/).