Brad DeLong's
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East Asia's Crisis

Noise Trader Risk (.pdf)
East Asia in Historical Perspective
East Asia's Crisis and the IMF
In Defense of Mexico's Rescue
Brief comment on Radelet and Sachs
Stanley Fischer on East Asia
Nouriel Roubini's Crisis Page
Preparing for Global Capital Flows
Economic Consultants' Meeting

Teaching

Economics 202b
The Economic History Seminar
Economics 202c
Economics 202a
Welcome to new graduate students
The job market for Economics Ph.D.s
Jeff Zax on being a section leader
Economics 202b Midterm Answers

  What's New

Ka-ching!: Amazon's Associates Program
Rules for the Network Economy
Preparing for Global Capital Flows
Economic Consultants' Meeting

How "New" Is Today's Economy?
Estimating World GDP
How Fast Is Modern Economic Growth?
Assessing Business Cycle Volatility


My Interesting Books Page

Book Review of the Month: Kevin Kelly, New Rules for the New Economy; Carl Shapiro and Hal Varian, Information Rules.

Other interesting books. Guns, Germs, and Steel. The Wealth and Poverty of Nations. My favorite online bookstore is Amazon. Barnes and Noble is still significantly behind.

Past books of the month: The Transparent Society, Wealth and Poverty of Nations, Monetary Reform, Seeing Like a State

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My Address

Professor J. Bradford DeLong, Department of Economics,
601 Evans, University of California at Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-3880

510-643-4027, 925-283-2709 phone.
510-642-6615, 925-283-9933 fax.
delong@econ.berkeley.edu.

Directions to my house


My Writings Worth Reading

Finance (Domestic and International):
Noise Trader Risk (.pdf)
East Asia in Historical Perspective

East Asia's Crisis and the IMF
Is the Stock Market Overvalued?
Did Morgan's Men Add Value? (.pdf)
In Defense of Mexico's Rescue
NAFTA and the Peso Crisis

Information Economy:
Rules, New and Old, for the Network Economy
The Shock of the Virtual
How "New" Is Today's Economy?
Ka-ching!: Musings on the Amazon Associates Program

Politics:
Farewell to the Treasury
The Marshall Plan as a Structural Adjustment Program (.pdf)

The End of the Budget Deficit
Where Did the Deficit Come From?
Lessons from Kindergarten

Economic History:
Thinking About Wealth and Poverty
Estimating Long-Run World GDP
Assessing Changing Business Cycle Volatility

Inventions in History
Growth, Convergence, and Welfare (.pdf)


Appointments I Hold

Professor of Economics at U. C. Berkeley
Research Associate at the NBER.
Co-Editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives
Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Sometime Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy.

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What I Do

http://www.j-bradford-delong.net/Teach
This fall I am teaching Economics 202b and the Economic History Seminar. Next spring I will teach Economics 202c and Economics 202a (this is the first time at Berkeley that I have been able to teach a course twice: we are woefully understaffed). I am also the chair of the Graduate Instruction Committee. Welcoming our new graduate students.
     I have taught Introduction to Economic History (Econ. 210a), Business Administration 130 (Introductory Finance; Brealey and Myers), Economics 115 (Twentieth Century Economic History), Economics 100b (Macroeconomics; this website is detailed; includes multimedia files), Economics 202a (Graduate Macroeconomics), Economics 210b (European Economic History).

     On education: Jeff Zax on being a section leader. The job market for Ph.D. economists. In praise of economists.

Write
Look to the left for my best-written articles. A complete list of what I have written.

Advance My Career
My resume and one page biography. Politics: what I did in Washington. Farewell to the Treasury. Clinton Administration economic policy. Today's economic crisis, centered in East Asia: a historical perspective, the role of the IMF, and is the stock market overvalued?

Maintain This Site
Links. Private files (works in progress; my notebook; notebook index). The banner at the top of each page in this website is from a painting of Galileo: his abjuration. A picture of Earth seen from the Galileo mission. The ozone hole over the South Pole.

Our Far-Flung Students
Joshua Skov (no longer) in the Amazon


Teaching-Related Logistics

This Website


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University of California at Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-3880
(510) 643-4027 phone; (510) 642-6615 fax
delong@econ.berkeley.edu
http://www.j-bradford-delong.net/

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