A report on William Easterly

American economist, specializing in economic development.

- William Easterly

6 related topics with Alpha

Overall

Bowling Green, Ohio

1 links

City in and the county seat of Wood County, Ohio, United States, located 20 miles southwest of Toledo.

City in and the county seat of Wood County, Ohio, United States, located 20 miles southwest of Toledo.

Black Swamp Arts Festival
A tractor pull in Bowling Green.
The Wood County Public Library
A university shuttle
A wind turbine outside of Bowling Green, Ohio.
Workers at the Universal Machine Co. in Bowling Green, Ohio producing materials for the Signal Corps during World War I.

William Easterly, economist / professor at NYU

Bowling Green State University

1 links

Public research university in Bowling Green, Ohio.

Public research university in Bowling Green, Ohio.

First known photograph of the campus, taken in 1910 before buildings were erected.
Bowling Green Normal School in 1915.
Aerial view of the campus, circa early 1930s.
Navy and Marines performing drills on the BGSU campus during World War II in 1945.
The Mathematical Sciences Building was completed in 1970 at a final cost of $7.2 million.
One of the newest residence halls at BGSU, Falcon Heights opened in Fall 2011.
The Oaks Dining Hall.
The main campus skyline looking east from the Administration Building.
Moseley Hall, built in 1916.
Fresh snow covers the lawn near the Student Union.
Jerome Library on BGSU's main campus.
Interior of the Stroh Center prior to an exhibition game against Tiffin.
BGSU shuttle near the Visitor Center stop.
The Firelands James H. McBride Arboretum.
A reflecting telescope at BGSU.
Bowling Green men's ice hockey vs. Michigan.
A Falcons baseball player during a 2014 game.
Interior of the Student Union.
Centennial Hall.
Members of the College Panhellenic Conference gather outside of the Student Union.
Part of the WBGU-TV recording studio.
Frieda Falcon at a basketball game.
The Falcon Marching Band performing at Doyt Perry Stadium.

Other notable alumni include: explorer Conrad Allen; author Philana Marie Boles; TCU chancellor Victor J. Boschini; actor Tim Conway;, former ESPN sportscaster Jay Crawford; NYU economic professor William Easterly; CBS News Correspondent Steve Hartman; ESPN sportscaster Jason Jackson; NHL Network host Steve Mears; Adobe Systems president and CEO Shantanu Narayen; Owens Corning CEO Brian Chambers, actress Eva Marie Saint; Adena Williams Loston, president of St. Philip's College, author James Carlos Blake, winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize; and Grammy Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Jennifer Higdon.

The Elusive Quest for Growth

0 links

The Elusive Quest For Growth: Economists’ Adventures and Misadventures in the Tropics is a 2001 book by World Bank development economist William Easterly.

The Tyranny of Experts

0 links

The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor is a 2014 book by the development economist William Easterly.

Sachs in 2019

Jeffrey Sachs

0 links

American economist, academic, public policy analyst and former director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University, where he holds the title of University Professor.

American economist, academic, public policy analyst and former director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University, where he holds the title of University Professor.

Sachs in 2019
Sachs at a UN meeting in 2009
Sachs in 2015

William Easterly, a professor of economics at New York University, reviewed The End of Poverty for The Washington Post, calling Sachs' poverty eradication plan "a sort of Great Leap Forward".

Ha-Joon Chang at the Institute for Public Policy Research on 10 October 2011

Ha-Joon Chang

0 links

South Korean institutional economist, specialising in development economics.

South Korean institutional economist, specialising in development economics.

Ha-Joon Chang at the Institute for Public Policy Research on 10 October 2011
Ha-Joon Chang at the Institute for Public Policy Research on 10 October 2011

Chang's book won plaudits from Nobel Prize–winning economist Joseph Stiglitz for its fresh insight and effective blend of contemporary and historical cases but was criticised by former World Bank economist William Easterly, who said that Chang used selective evidence in his book.