Nikolaos Karagiannis is professor of economics at Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina; invited visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge, England; and the co-editor of the journal American Review of Political Economy. He has authored, coauthored and co-edited 18 books, and has published over 70 papers in scholarly journals and edited books, and over 60 short papers and articles in newspapers, magazines and electronic media sources in the areas of economic development, public sector economics and macroeconomic policy analysis. His research has focused extensively on the applicability of the developmental state view in different contexts, such as EU countries, the United States, Caribbean small island economies and North African countries. His latest books include The US Economy and Neoliberalism: Alternative Strategies and Policies (hardcover and paperback), Europe in Crisis: Problems, Challenges, and Alternative Perspectives and The Modern Caribbean Economy (2 volumes).
Dec 10, 2017