Economics, economic history, developing countries, discrimination, sequestration issues My base is studying the transition to a capitalist economy in California in the 19th century, going from Spanish Franciscan and Indian, to private sector and American economic structure. I have also studied the industrial revolution in Cheshire County, NH between 1850 and 1870. These days, I am writing exploring comparisons between the current US financial crisis and those that occurred in emerging markets in the 1990s, and also exploring the causes of the Great Depression, and the current financial crisis. I also investigate the 1944 meeting of economic experts at Bretton Woods, NH.
Ph.D.: New School for Social Research
Economics Primary Interest: International Economics, Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Game Theory, Economic Thought and Methodology, Technical Change and Growth, Economics of the Middle East. Other: Industrial Organization, Post-Keynesian Economics, Marxian Economics.