Hadi Saledi Esfahani
Professor of Economics
M.A. Economics, University of California, 1984, 1982
B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, Tehran University, 1977.
the University of Illinois since 1984. Economist at Policy Research
Department of the World Bank, 1994-95.
Structure in Foreign Direct Investment Projects," with E.
Asiedu, Review of Economics and Statistics, (forthcoming).
"Institutions and Government Controls, Journal of
Development Economics, Vol. 63 (2000). "Credible
Commitment and Success with Public Enterprise Reform," with E.
Campos, World Development, Vol. 28, No.2 (2000).
"Why and When Do Governments Initiate Public Enterprise
Reform?" with E. Campos, World Bank Economic Review,
Vol. 10 3: 451-485 (1996). "The
Political Economy of the Philippines' Telecommunications Sector,"
in Regulations, Institutions and Commitment: The Case of
Telecommunications, B. Levy and P. Spiller, eds. (Cambridge University Press,
1996). "Productivity, Contracting
Modes, and Development," with D. Mookherjee, Journal of
Vol. 46, No. 2 (1995).
courses in macroeconomics, international economics, and developing
economies. Research focuses on theoretical and empirical issues in
the political economy of development; the role of country institutions
in the formation and reform of fiscal, trade, and regulatory
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