Gene Grossman

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Gene Michael Grossman (born December 11, 1955 in New York ) is an American economist and professor of economics at Princeton University .


In 1976 he received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University . He received his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as a Doctor of Philosophy in Business. In 1980 he was appointed Assistant Professor at Princeton and in 1988 Full Professor of Economics. His research focuses on international trade, particularly the relationship between economic growth and trade, and the political economy of trade policy. According to RePEc, he is one of the 100 best economists in the world.



together with Elhanan Helpman

  • Innovation and Growth in the Global Economy . MIT Press, 1991.
  • Special Interest Politics . MIT Press, 2001.

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