New York/ the Bronx

Help  new Student-run MFI in the Bronx:

The Concourse Fund

Bronx Latin American Art Biennial


Move your Money Now:

Support Bethex, in the Bronx  or the Lower Eastside  People’s Credit Union… they support financial access for immigrants and Directo Mexico  Fordham Dream Act Event 

Professor Maurizio Ambrosini from the University of Milan speaks on “Local Policies of Immigrant Exclusion in Southern Europe”  See Flyer or Flyer with papers



UNDP


Maria Davalos and Darryl McLeod, Post-conflict Employment Creation for Stabilization and Poverty reduction

 

Is Poverty rising in Bangladesh?

 

Monitoring poverty reduction in middle income ctys: Bulgaria, Moldova, Chile, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras and Mexico


Dallas Fed


Apparel Exports & Education:  How Developing Nations Encourage Women’s Schooling (2006) with William C. Gruben

 

The Costs and Benefits of Fixed Dollar Exchange Rates in Latin America (1993) with John Welch

Is Foreign-Currency Indexed Debt a Commitment Technology? (1999) Some Evidence from Brazil and Mexico


Nigeria


Panel Econometrics course

Presentation at CBN 50th Anniversary conference, Abuja, Nigeria

Exchange rate policy for crisis and recovery


UCLA-NAID Packard Project


NACCS April 2011

Remittances, technology and financial access in TNHs

Remittances, Financial Innovation & women’s status

Norma Fuentes & Darryl McLeod

 

Kenya

Wangari Maathai

 

 

Community Development

 

Urban-rural food alliances: perspectives on recent community food organizing 1976!

 

Turning Diversity to Advantage:

Community-based Strategies for

Promoting Fair Trade Entrepreneurs

 

Grand Pursuit New York Times Review

Sunny Keynes for dark days OpEd

 Economist reivew,  Wall Street Journal-

Businessweek-Bloomberg Roger Lowenstein

Washington Post    Four minute history of 20th Century

Darryl McLeod, Economics, Fordham University

Office hours: Monday & Thursday 4-5pm & Wed 9:30-10:30pm in E527 Dealy 718 817-4045 (message) 914 661-6998

Confirm at mcleod@fordham.edu if possible

 

Spring 2014 classes

Econ 3240 Poverty, Inequality & Development

Syllabus 303 Dealy 2:30-4pm  Course Calendar

Econ 6470: Economic Growth and Development

7:30pm Wed E-530 Dealy Hall

Syllabus   Course Calendar  

 

 

 

Inequality for All: free CIPS screening

Thursday, October 17, 2013, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)

Angelika Film Center & Café
18 West Houston Street at Bleecker New York 10012

Inequality for All CIPS/Honors Macro screening

 

Remembering Hugo Chavez, NPR

July 28, 1954 to March 5, 2013, President: Feb 2, 1999 – March 5, 2013,

United Socialist Party of Venezuela

 

Latin America’s new left regimes: who does more for the poor?   In

South of the Border  Leandra Peres says Brazil’s Lula d’Silva has done more,  see her article or see Nancy Birdsall, Nora Lustig, and me:

Declining Inequality in Latin America: Some Economics, Some Politics

CGD Working Paper #251 05/19/2011 now published in the

Routledge Handbook of Latin American Politics,

Peter Kingstone & Deborah Yashar, eds.(2012) Routledge,NY.

Poverty and Inequality under Latin America’s

New Left Regimes (with Nora Lustig,

Presented at November 2010 LACEA Medellin Colombia)

Real exchange rates and Productivity Growth

with Elitza Mileva

NY Dream Act Immigration Events

 

How fast did Developing Countries grow the 1990s? 

Economic Letters. DataSet (zipped excel file)

Choosing Among Rival Poverty Estimates: Tests for Latin America 

The Openness-Inflation Puzzle Revisited 

Applied Economics Letters dataset (spreadsheet)   dataset (zip file)

Capital Account Liberalization and Inflation

(2002) Economic Letters, October, 77,221-25.

Capital Account Liberalization and Disinflation in the 1990s ,

LACEA Rio 2000 Meetings, October 22, 2000

Capital Flows, Savings, and Growth in the 1990s

The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance

Volume 38, Issue 3, part 1,275-532  (Autumn 1998) .

Minimum Wages and Poverty in Developing Countries

Data Appendix- Table A-3 chapter 3 in Edwards, Sebastian and Nora Lustig, eds. Labor Markets in Latin America, Brookings Inst Press, Washington D.C. 1997.

See also Brookings Discussion Paper in International Economics #62, 1996

(Tables and figures available separately).

The Costs and Benefits of Fixed Dollar Exchange Rates in Latin America

Economic Review, 1st Quarter, 1993, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Terms of Trade Fluctuations and Economic Growth

Journal of Development Economic, 37, 1992, pp. 89-110.

 

Summer session 2012 Class

Migration, Microfinance & Poverty

Syllabus  Course Calendar

 

Fall 2013 Classes

Honors Macroeconomics, ECON 1150 Syllabus

Econ 1150 course calendar 2:30-3:45 pm MR Dealy 304

 

Crises, Adjustment and Poverty (ECON 5450)-syllabus

Wed. 7:30PM 208A Dealy  Econ 5450 Course Calendar

Economics of Latin America Econ 3235

Syllabus     Course Calendar

Class 4-5:15 pm MR Dealy Hall 208A

 

Darryl McLeod

Economics Department

E-527 Dealy Hall Fordham University

441 East Fordham Rd

Bronx NY, 10458

 

DOD scene from a “Beautiful Mind” film in the basement of Keating Hall

 

Econ 6470: Economic Growth and Development

Syllabus   Course calendar  112 Dealy Wed 7:30pm

 

ECON 3240 pOVERTY, Inequality & dEVELOPMENT

Syllabus M-Th 2:30 & 4pm 204 Dealy Econ 3240 Course Calendar

 

Summer session I 2013

Migration, Microfinance and Entrepreneurship:

pathways out of Poverty Graduate students &

Advanced Undergraduates welcome

 

Converging, absolutely


Has the Euro worked?

 

Absolute converge: increasing global equality, 2000 to 2013 (will it last?)


Hans Rosling,  Gapminder

 

The best data in the world (starts minute 11)


Climate Change

UNDP PSD-GIM Vida Gas

 Villagereach youtube

   Cookstove Research Revival

U.S. #17 clean tech producer, China  #2

Climate change and Poverty

                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

U.S. Mexico & CIPS Migration and Microfinance Summer course

Summer 2011 Alicia Portada (Union Settlement) Alfredo Cuecuecha (Ibero Americana) and Norma Fuentes 

Hispanos Causando Paniko

Dominican Today Post re Fordham Credit Union MOU

 

Summer 2012:

 Migration, Microfinance and Poverty ECON/SOCi 5808  (cross listed)

Resources for Graduate Students

Summer Tutorials

Panel Econometrics Tutorial

Migration & Microfinance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Restaurants: Little Italy

 In the Bronx (718)

Zero otto nove  220 1027

Estrellita Poblana III 220 7641

MichaelAngelo’s   220-8455

2477 Arthur Ave

Roberto  718 733 9503

Modernist Cuisine, the art and science of cooking best cookbook by Nathan Myhrvold

Waiter, there is a Physicist in my Soup

Amazon, video

          

Summer session 2014 Class

Migration, Microfinance & Poverty

ECON 5808, MW 6-9pm FCRH