LARRY E. WESTPHAL

J. Archer and Helen C. Turner Professor

Department of Economics

 

Received PhD in economics from Harvard University in 1969. Before coming to Swarthmore in 1985, spent eleven years managing the World Bank's research on industrial development. Previously taught at Northwestern and Princeton Universities, and served in 1969-70 as the resident advisor to the Economic Planning Board in the Republic of Korea. Has also had experience in both Chinas, Thailand, and the Philippines. Publications deal with economic development in South Korea, industrialization strategy and policy (theory as well as practice, the latter with respect to East Asia's "miracle" economies), investment analysis under increasing returns, and empirical analyses of technological development in the industrial sector.


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Econ 11. Intermediate Microeconomics

Econ 76. Environmental Economics

Econ 83. Asian Economies

Econ 181. Development Economics (seminar)

 

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Tuesday, 3:00 - 5:30
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Last updated 10/10/2003