E. Glen Weyl is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics and the College and an affiliate of the Center for Latin American studies. His research focuses on pure and applied price theory, with particular emphasis on industrial and public economics, and the intersection between economics and other academic disciplines, including philosophy, history and biology. His first book, Jewish Economies: Migration and Development in America and Beyond, a collection of unpublished essays on the economic history of the Jews that he is co-editing with Stephanie Lo, is coming out this fall from Transaction Publishers in two volumes. The book begins with an introduction by Glen tracing the connections between Kuznets’s previously unpublished work and his better-known, mainstream work in economics.
ECO 20100 Elements of Economics II (Intermediate Theory of the Firm)