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Joseph Ricciardi

Associate Professor

Academic Division: Economics
781-239-4530

Bio

Dr. Ricciardi has taught in the economics department, the Institute for Latin American Studies at the University of Texas, the Universidad Centroamericana in Nicaragua, and the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administracion in Venezuela. His research interests include monetary economics, the history of economic thought, and Latin American economic development. He has worked as a research economist in Peru, Central America, and Venezuela, and he served as an adviser to the Central Bank of Nicaragua. During 1990-1991, Dr. Ricciardi conducted research as a William R. Dill International Faculty Fellow and Fulbright Scholar to Venezuela on the financial determinations of the emerging crisis in Venezuelan petroleum-led growth.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, The University of Texas Austin
  • BA, State University of New York, College at Purchase

Academic Interests

Economics; History of Economic Thought; Latin American Economics; Monetary Policy/Fiscal Policy

Courses

Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • ECN 2000: PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
  • ECN 7201: MANG AT CROSSROADS BUS GOVT INTL ECN
  • ECN 3662: POLITICAL ECON LATIN AM DEV/UNDRDEV

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Ricciardi, J.M. (2015). Marx on Financial Intermediation: Lessons from the French Crédit Mobilier in the New York Daily Tribune. Science & Society, 79(4), 497-526.
  • Ricciardi, J.M. (2011). Review Essay: Patel's The Value of Nothing: Between Marx, Microeconomics, and Commoner Resistence to Contemporary Enclosure. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 46(3), 307-318.

Presentations

  • Francis Charles Genovese: Remembrance & Appreciation
    Ricciardi, J. Francis Charles Genovese: Remembrance & Appreciation , Wellesley, MA (2014)
  • Tribute to William Casey – Institutional Legacy
    Ricciardi, J. Tribute to William Casey – Institutional Legacy , Wellesley, MA (2014)
  • Development Studies, The Humanities and Social Entrepreneurship
    Ricciardi, J. Development Studies, The Humanities and Social Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship and Business Curriculum Development, Tunis, Tunisia (2012)
  • It can happen again, A global financial crisis - This Time a 'Gringo' Pathology
    Ricciardi, J. It can happen again, A global financial crisis - This Time a 'Gringo' Pathology Universidad ORT, Montevideo, Uruguay (2009)
  • Discussant, Midnight Notes
    Ricciardi, J. Discussant, Midnight Notes Forum on Global Crisis(2008)