Dani Rodrik (born August 14, 1957) is a Turkis economist an Ford Foundation Professor o Internaitional Poleetical Economy at the John F. Kennedy Schuil o Govrenment at Harvard Varsity. He wis formerly the Albert O. Hirschman Professor o the Social Sciences at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. He haes published widely in the auris o internaitional economics, economic development, an poleetical economy. The quaisten o whit constitutes guid economic policy an why some govrenments are mair successfu than ithers at adoptin it, is at the centre o his research.
|Born||14 August 1957|
|Institution||Institute for Advanced Study|
|Field||Internaitional economics, economic development, poleetical economy|
|Alma mater||Princeton Varsity (PhD, MPA)|
Harvard Varsity (AB)
|Awairds||Leontief Prize for Advancin the Frontiers o Economic Thooght (2002)|
|Information at IDEAS / RePEc|
Descended frae a faimily o Sephardic Jews, he is affiliated wi the Naitional Bureau o Economic Research, Center for Economic Policy Research (Lunnon), Center for Global Development, Institute for Internaitional Economics, an the Cooncil on Foreign Relations, an is co-editor o the Review o Economics an Stateestics. He haes been the recipient o research grants frae the Carnegie Corporation, Ford Foundation, an Rockefeller Foundation. Amang ither honors, he wis presented the Leontief Prize for Advancin the Frontiers o Economic Thooght in 2002 frae the Global Development an Environment Institute.
Efter graduatin frae Robert College in Istanbul, he earned an A.B. (summa cum laude) frae Harvard College, followed bi a Ph.D. in economics for thesis titled Studies on the Welfare Theory o Trade an Exchynge-rate Policy an an MPA frae Princeton Varsity.
He haes an aa been writin for the Turkis daily newspaper Radikal syne Julie 2009.
He jynt the newly creautit Warld Economics Association as a member o the executive committee in 2011.
He is mairit tae the dochter o Turkis retired General Çetin Doğan who wis sentenced tae aggravated life imprisonment, later reduced tae 20 years, for his involvement in the alleged Sledgehaimer coup plan.
His 1997 beuk Haes Globalization Gone Too Far?' wis cried “ane o the maist important economics beuks o the decade” in Bloomberg Businessweek.
In his article, he focused on three tensions atween the global mercat an social stability. Pointin oot that the sae-cried "globalization" haes a dilemma o promotin internaitional equality while exposin faut lines atween the naition states who hae the skills an caipitals tae success in global markets an those who dae nae hae thes advantage an sees sic free mercat seestem as a threat tae social stability an deeply domestic norms. Accordin tae his analysis, thare are three categories o reasons on why thir tensions arise.
First, the tension is caused via globalization acause reduced barriers tae tred an foreign direct investments draw a vivid line atween naitions an groups that can tak advantage o sic cross-border relations an those who cannae. Here, Rodrik refers tae the first category o groups as heichly skilled wirkers, professionals, an those who are free tae tak thair resoorces whaur thay are maist in demand. The seicont category wad include unskilled wirkers an semiskilled wirkers who, unner globalization, becomes mair elastic an easily substitutife.
Seicont soorce for tension comes acause globalization engenders conflicts within an atween naitions ower domestic norms an social institutions. Mair technology an cultur are bein standardized aroond the warld, different naitions wi different norms an value tend tae shaw repulsion toward sic collectife norms diffused internaitionally in sic standardized form.
Lastly, the third threat o globalization arises acause it haes made it extremely difficult for naitional govrenments tae provide social insurance.
- Rodrik, Dani (2011). The Globalization Paradox. Norton & Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-393-07161-0. (in Inglis)
- Rodrik, Dani (2007). One Economics, Mony Recipes. Princeton Varsity Press. ISBN 0-691-12951-7. (in Inglis)
- McMillan, Margaret; Horn, Karen; an Rodrik, Dani (2004). "When Economic Reform Goes Wrang: Cashews in Mozambique". Brookings Trade Forum 2003: 97–165.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors leet (link) (in Inglis)
- Rodrik, Dani (ed) (2003). In Search o Prosperity: Analytic Narratives on Economic Growth. Princeton Varsity Press. ISBN 0-691-09268-0.CS1 maint: extra text: authors leet (link) (in Inglis)
- Rodrik, Dani (2001). "The Global Governance o Trade As If Development Really Mattered" (PDF). Unitit Naitions Development Program. (in Inglis)
- Rodrik, Dani (1999). The New Global Economy an Developin Kintras: Makin Openness Wirk. Overseas Development Cooncil. ISBN 1-56517-027-X. (in Inglis)
- Rodrik, Dani (1997). Haes Globalization Gone Too Far?. Institute for Internaitional Economics. ISBN 0-88132-241-5. (in Inglis)
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