Jorge Lemann Endowed Chair, Professor in Economics
M.A. Economics, Harvard University, 1958, 1955
B.A. Economics, Queens College, 1953.
the University of Illinois since 1974. Visiting lecturer at Catholic
University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1989. Visiting lecturer at New
University of Lisbon, Portugal, 1989. Professor at Vanderbilt, 1965-74.
Assistant professor at Yale, 1958-65. Instructor at Harvard, 1958-61.
Integration without Policy Coordination: The Care of Mercosur,"
with P. Silva and T. Cavalcanti, forthcoming in Emerging
Markets Review. "The Achievements and Failures
of Argentina's Neo-Liberal Policies," with P. Elosequi
and A. Gallo, in Oxford Development Studies, February
2002. The Brazilian Economy: Growth and Development,
5th ed. (Praeger: 2001). Liberalization and Its
Consequences, co-edited with J. Love, (Edward Elgar
Publishing, 2001). "Health in the Development Process:
The Case of Brazil" with A. Campino and T. Cavalcanti,
in The Quarterly Review Of Economics and Finance,
vol 41, No. 3 (2001). "The Illusion of Stability: The
Brazilian Economy under Cardoso, " with E. Amann, in
World Development, October 2000. "Neo-Liberalism
and Income Distribution in Latin America," with W. Maloney,
World Development (March 1997). "Changing Paradigms:
Changing Interpretations of the Public Sector in Latin America's
Economies," Public Choice, Vol. 88 (1996). "The Roots
of Latin America's Economic Backwardness," with J. Love,
Proceedings of the International Economic History Congress,
Milano (1996). The Brazilian Economy, 4th ed. (Praeger,
1995). "Environmental Aspects of Brazil's Economic Development,"
with C4th ed. Mueller, Luso-Brazilian Review (University
of Wisconsin, Madison, 1995). The Brazilian Economy, 4th
ed. (Praeger, 1995).
Honors and Awards
Doctor Honoris Causa, New University of Lisbon, June 2000. Rio
Branco Medal of Brazilian Foreigh Ministry, December 2000. Doctor
Honoris Causa, Federal University of Ceara, 1993. Oakley-Kunde Award
for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (all campus), 1993. Special
Gold Medal Merit Award, Fundacao Joaquim Nabuco (Social Science Research
Institute), Recife, Brazil, 1989. Doctor Honoris Causa, Federal University
of Pernambuco, 1988. Gold Medal Award, Federal University of Pernambuco,
Brazil, 1987. Tinker Foundation Grant, 1986. Commerce Alumni Association
Undergraduate Teaching Award (college award), 1986. Fulbright grant,
1984-85. National Order of Southern Cross, Government of Brazil, 1982.
Rhodes Visiting Fellow, St. Antony's College, Oxford, 1974. SSRC Grant,
the editorial boards of Luso-Brazilian Review, 1987-2001;
Revista Paraguaya de Estudios Sociologicos, 1982-present;
Latin American Research Review, 1984-86; Economia Aplicada;
Latin American Business Review; Emerging Markets Review.
On the editorial advisory committees of: Revista de Economia
Politica, 1988-present; World Development, 1980-present.
courses in international economics, the economics of Latin America,
economic development, and macroeconomics. Research focuses on the
industrialization of Latin America and its consequences, and, most
recently, on the process of privatization in Latin America. Has served
as a consultant to the World Bank, Ford Foundation, Brazilian Planning
Ministry, U.S. Information Agency, and U.S. State Department.
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