William Milberg

Dean and Professor of Economics

William Milberg is Dean and Professor of Economics at the New School for Social Research and Co-Director of the Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies at The New School.



Occasional blog postings on http://www.publicseminar.org

Keynes’s Stimulus, Polanyi’s Moment,” Harvard College Economics Review, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 2009.

Deficit Attention Disorder,” Challenge Magazine, November-December 2008. 

Global Collective Action and the ‘Development Agenda’,” Challenge Magazine, November-December, 2006.    

Global Stability Rests on Sharing the Gains,” Financial Times, September 7, 2006 (with J. Kregel).

From Labor Market Flexibility to International Competitiveness: Capitalism’s Shifting Terrain,” CEPA Newsletter, Vol. 2, 1998.

Missing the Point on Trade Pacts,” Boston Globe, June 28th, 1996 (with B. Elmslie).

Three Cheers for a Weak Dollar,” Financial Times, July 6th, 1994 (with W. Godley).

U.S. Trade Deficit: Recovery's Dark Side?” Challenge Magazine, November-December 1994 (with W. Godley). 

Turn Off the Lights: Post-Industrial Economy," CEO International, January 1994.

NAFTA as Sideshow,” New School Commentator, January 1994.


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