PhD 1973, Columbia University
Professor of EconomicsProfile:
Concentrations: Political economy; macroeconomic growth and cycles; international trade.
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Globalization and the Myths of Free Trade (2006); “Who Pays for the ‘Welfare’ in the Welfare State? A Multi-Country Study,” Social Research (2003); “An Important Inconsistency at the Heart of the Standard Macroeconomic Model,” The Journal of Post- Keynesian Economics (2002); “Understanding the US Trade Deficit,” Testimony before the US Trade Deficit Review Commission, Washington, DC (December 1999); “Explaining Inflation and Unemployment: An Alternate to Neoliberal Economic Theory,” in A. Vachlou (ed.), Contemporary Economic Theory (1999); Measuring the Wealth of Nations: The Political Economy of National Accounts (coauthor, 1994).Office Location:
Room 1124, 6 East 16th StreetOffice Hours:
FALL 2014 Monday 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
(212) 229-5717, ext. 3051Fax Number:
212 229-5724Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgResearch Interests:
Credit and inflation; US stock market; exchange rates; nonlinear dynamic models of growth and cycles; international comparisons of the welfare state.