Reza Ramazani, professor of economics, contributed a chapter titled, “Is the Inequality in U.S. Income Distribution Surging?” in the book Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Economic Issues. (2014, May) Sixteenth Edition. McGraw-Hill, pp. 228-236. Reza also published book reviews in the journal CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries: in the May 2014 issue he reviewed Foreclosing the Future: The World Bank and The Politics of Environmental Destruction, by Bruce Rich (Island Press); and in the March 2014 issue, he reviewed An Uncertain Glory: India and its Contradictions by Jean Dreze and Amartya Sen (Princeton University Press). He also organized, chaired, and was discussant on two economic sessions at the Western Economic Association International Annual Conference in Denver, CO, June 27-July 1, 2014.
(posted August 2014)
Reza Ramazani, professor of economics, recently wrote two book reviews in his field. He reviewed Capitalism from Below: Markets and Institutional Change in China, by Victor Nee and Sonja Opper (Harvard, 2012) for the November 2012 issue of Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, a publication of the Association of College & Research Libraries. For the same publication’s February 2013 issue, he also reviewed The Ashgate Research Companion to International Trade Policy, edited by Kenneth Heydon and Stephen Woolcock. (Ashgate, 2012). Reza also has been invited again this year to be on several panels as part the 65th Conference on World Affairs at University of Colorado, Boulder on April 8-12, 2013, and he will attend the Annual Western Economic Association International Conference this summer in Seattle, WA.
Reza Ramazani, professor of economics, has written two book reviews in recent months: He reviewed “The United States and the global economy: from Bretton Woods to the current crisis” by Frederick S. Weaver in the May 2012 edition of Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, a publication of the Association of College & Research Libraries. It is the leading academic library review publication. For the same publication’s September 2012 edition, he also reviewed “In the wake of the crisis: Leading economists reassess economic policy,” ed. by Olivier Blanchard et al. Reza also has been selected to be a member of the Editorial Board of the International Research Journal, and was invited again this year to be on several panels as part the 64th Conference on World Affairs at University of Colorado, Boulder, on April 9-13, 2012. During the conference he participated in 7 different panels: “Universities in the Age of Economic Uncertainty,” “What's Your Currency Worth?, “Revitalizing Jobs in America,” “Breaking the Financial Gridlock,” “It's the Economy Eurocrisis or Eurorecovery” (radio broadcast), “Immigrants...and Still They Don't Give Up,” and “Closing the Global Income Gap.” Reza also attended the Annual Western Economic Association International Conference on June 29-July 3, 2012 in San Francisco, California.