Distinguished Professor of Economics
Director, Ph.D. Program in Economics
Director, Global Economic Policy Center
Ph.D., City University of New York (CUNY Graduate Center)
- International Economics
- Development Economics
- Managerial Economics
Dominick Salvatore is Distinguished Professor of Economics, Director of the Ph.D .Program in Economics at Fordham University in New York City and Director of the Global Economic Policy Center. He is Honorary Professor at the Shanghai Finance University, Hunan University, Nanjing University, and University of Pretoria; Visiting Professor at various universities, including University of Rome, American University in Cairo, University of Pretoria, Peking University, University of Trieste, and University of Vienna. Dr. Salvatore is a Fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences and past Chairman of its Economics Section. He is also the past president of the North American Economic and Finance Association (NAEFA) and the International Trade and Finance Association (ITFA).
He is a Consultant to the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Economic Policy Institute, and several multinational corporations and global banks. He is the co-editor of the Journal of Policy Modeling and past co-editor of Open Economies Review and The American Economist, as well as past Editor of the Handbook Series in Economics, Greenwood Press. He has given more than 600 lectures around the world, was awarded the Achievement Award by the City University of New York, the Order of the Knights of Malta, and nominated for the 2010 National Medal of Science awarded by the President of the United States. Dr. Salvatore is the author of leading textbooks on International Economics, Managerial Economics and Microeconomics. In all, he has published 58 volumes.
"Europe's Growth Crisis: When and How Will It End?" The World Economy, May 2017, pp. 836-848.
The Shift in the World Center of Gravity from G7 to G20," with Lawrence Klein, Journal of Policy Modeling, May/June 2013, pp. 416-424.
Globalization, International Competitiveness, and Growth," Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy (JICEP), Inaugural Issue April 2010, pp. 21-32.
Europe's Structural and Competitiveness Problems and the Euro, The World Economy, March 1998, pp. 189-205.
The Unresolved Problem with the EMS and EMU," American Economic Review, May 1997, pp. 224-226.
A Model of Dumping and Protectionism in the United States, Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschatfliches Archive), December 1989, pp. 763-781.
A Simultaneous Equations Model of Trade and Development with Dynamic Policy Simulations and Forecasting, Kyklos, 34 (March, 1983), pp. 66-90.
A Simultaneous Equations Model of Internal Migration with Dynamic Policy Simulations and Forecasting, Journal of Development Economics, 7 (1980), pp. 231-246.
TrumpEconomics: Effects on the United States and the World (Elsevier, 2018, Editor)
Where Is the World Economy Headed (Elsevier, 2017, Editor)
When Will the Eurozone Crisis End? (Elsevier, 2015, Editor)
From G7 to G20 and International Policy Coordination(Elsevier, 2013, Editor)
Productivity, Growth and Wages in the United States (Elsevier, 2008, Editor)
Income Distribution (Oxford University Press, 2006, Co-Author)
The Dollarization Debate (Oxford University Press, 2003, Co-editor)
Protectionism and World Welfare (Cambridge University Press, 1993, Editor)
The Japanese Trade Challenge and the U.S. Response (Economic Policy Institute, 1990, Author)
African Development Prospects (United Nations, 1989, Editor)