Stiglitz

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Making Globalization Work - Reviews
... But Stiglitz is hardly evenhanded he is making a case ... Stiglitz highlights the flaws of markets, but he is not equally tough on the deficiencies of government economic policies or the failures of foreign aid ... Stiglitz's open, honest style of writing and appeal to experts and non-experts alike – coupled with the ever-heightened debate over globalization – will guarantee this book's enduring success ...
History Of Economic Thought - Global Times - Joseph E. Stiglitz
... Stiglitz, George Akerlof, and Information economics Joseph Stiglitz (born 1943) Received the Nobel Prize in 2001 for his work in information economics ... Stiglitz has taught at many universities, including Columbia, Stanford, Oxford, Manchester, Yale, and MIT ...
Joseph Stiglitz - Books - Whither Socialism?
... Whither Socialism? is based on Stiglitz's Wicksell Lectures, presented at the Stockholm School of Economics in 1990 and presents a summary of information economics and the theory of markets with ... Stiglitz explains how the neoclassical, or Walrasian model ("Walrasian economics" refers to the result of the process which has given birth to a formal representation of ... Stiglitz proposes an alternative model, based on the information economics established by the Greenwald–Stiglitz theorems ...
Hugo Stiglitz
... Hugo Stiglitz (August 28, 1940, Mexico City) is a Mexican actor ... Quentin Tarantino paid a tribute to him, by naming a character "Hugo Stiglitz" (played by actor Til Schweiger) in the movie Inglourious Basterds ...
Joseph Stiglitz - Contributions To Economics - Some Possible Practical Implications of Stiglitz Theorems
... While the mathematical validity of Stiglitz et al ... Stiglitz himself seems to be continuously adapting his own political-economic discourse, as we can see from the evolution in his positions as initially stated in Whither Socialism? (1994) to his own new ... Thus, Stiglitz's use of rational-expectations equilibrium assumptions to achieve a more realistic understanding of capitalism than is usual among rational-expectations theorists leads, paradoxically, to the conclusion ...