Joseph E. Stiglitz
Joseph E. Stiglitz, a Professor at Columbia University, received the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics.
- Advisory Board, Center for Economic and Policy Research 
- Advisory Board, International Development Economics Associates 
- Advisory Board, Institute for New Economic Thinking 
- Advisory Board, Knowledge Ecology International 
- Advisory Council, Eurasia Foundation
- Director, Center for Global Development
- Director, Acumen Fund 
- Director, Resources for the Future 
- Advisory Board, Policy Innovations 
- Board of Governors, Levy Economics Institute 
- Scientific Committee, IDEAS Foundation for Progress 
- Globalization and Its Discontents, W.W. Norton & Company; 1st edition (April, 2003), ISBN 0393324397 (paperback).
- Fair Trade for All: How Trade can Promote Development (Initiative for Policy Dialogue Series) with Andrew Charlton, Oxford University Press (January 5, 2006), ISBN 0199290903 (hardcover).
By Joseph E. Stiglitz
- With Linda J. Bilmes, "The Economic Costs of the War in Iraq: An Appraisal Three Years After the Beginning of the Conflict," Columbia University, January 2006.
Resources and articles
- Board of Directors, Center for Economic and Policy Research, accessed October 13, 2007.
- About, International Development Economics Associates, accessed April 5, 2008.
- Advisory Board, Institute for New Economic Thinking, accessed April 7, 2011.
- Advisory Board, Knowledge Ecology International, accessed December 20, 2010.
- Directors, Acumen Fund, accessed May 15, 2008.
- Directors, Resources for the Future, accessed October 3, 2008.
- Advisory Board, Policy Innovations, accessed September 16, 2008.
- Board of Governors, Levy Economics Institute, accessed April 17, 2009.
- Scientific Committee, IDEAS Foundation for Progress, accessed October 18, 2011.
- Pascal Riche, "The Cost of The War," TPM Cafe, January 5, 2006.
- Jamie Wilson, "Iraq War Could Cost US Over $2 Trillion, says Nobel Prize-Winning Economist," Guardian (UK) (Common Dreams), January 7, 2006: "Economists say official estimates are far too low; New calculation takes in dead and injured soldiers."
- Bryan Bender, "Economists say cost of war could top $2 trillion. Tally exceeds White House projections," Boston Globe, January 8, 2006.
- Jason Szep, "Cost of Iraq war could top $2 trillion: study," Reuters, January 9, 2006.
- Andrew Walker, "US economist questions Iraq costs," BBC, January 9, 2006.
- Martin Wolf, "The failure to calculate the costs of war," Financial Times, January 10, 2006.
- Tom Regan, "Report: Iraq war costs could top $2 trillion. New study takes into account long-term costs of healthcare for wounded soldiers," Christian Science Monitor, January 10, 2006.