Joseph Stiglitz, Columbia University

Economics Professor New York City, New York jes322@columbia.edu Office: (212) 854-0671

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Bio/Research

Stiglitz, who in 2001 won the Nobel Prize in Economics, helped to create a new branch of economics, “The Economics of Information,” and has made major contributions to multiple fields: macroeconomics, monetary theory, development economics, trade theory, and public and corporate finance. He is a ...

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Bio/Research

Stiglitz, who in 2001 won the Nobel Prize in Economics, helped to create a new branch of economics, “The Economics of Information,” and has made major contributions to multiple fields: macroeconomics, monetary theory, development economics, trade theory, and public and corporate finance. He is a former World Bank senior vice president for development economics and chief economist; a former chair of the U.S. Council of Economic Advisers; and a former member of President Clinton’s Cabinet. His latest book is Making Globalization Work.

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