08.13.10

Over 100 Economists and Historians Sign The Daily Beast Manifesto

Since The Daily Beast first published its consensus statement calling for more government stimulus and tax credits to reboot America, its official supporters have swelled to more than 100, including five Nobel Laureates. Read the complete list below.

Henry Aaron: Bruce and Virginia LacLaury Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution

Tanweer Akram: Senior Economist Moody’s Economy.com

Sylvia A. Allegretto: Economist, University of California—Berkeley

Gar Alperovitz: Professor of Political Economy, University of Maryland

Kenneth Arrow: Nobel laureate in economics, Professor of Economics and Operations Research, Stanford University

Marshall Auerback: Senior Fellow at the Roosevelt Institute

Radhika Balakrishnan: Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, Rutgers University

Edward Barbier: Professor of Economics, University of Wyoming

Michael Belzer: Associate Professor of Economics, Wayne State University

Peter Beinart: Associate Professor of Journalism and Political Science, City University of New York

Cihan Bilginsoy: Professor of Economics, University of Utah

Alan Blinder was vice chairman of the Federal Reserve and served on Bill Clinton’s Council of Economic Advisers; he’s the Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University.

Barry Bluestone: Dean, School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs, Northwestern University

Sidney Blumenthal is a former senior adviser to President Bill Clinton and advised Hillary Clinton during her 2008 presidential campaign. His books include The Clinton Wars and The Permanent Campaign.

Howard Botwinick: Associate Professor of Economics, SUNY Cortland

Heather Boushey: Senior Economist, Center for American Progress

Dagobert Brito: Peterkin Professor of Political Economy, Rice University

Clair Brown: Professor of Economics Director, Center for Work, Technology, and Society, University of California—Berkeley

Jim Campen: Professor of Economics, Emeritus, University of Massachusetts—Boston

John Cassidy: A journalist and author of the book How Markets Fail: The Logic of Economic Calamities, John Cassidy has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1995, covering economics and business.

John Chasse: Professor Emeritus of Economics, SUNY Brockport

Woodrow Clark: Managing Director, Clark Strategic Partners

Lizabeth Cohen is the Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies in the History Department at Harvard University, and author of Making a New Deal: Industrial Workers in Chicago, 1919-1939.

James Devine: Professor of Economics, Loyola Marymount University

Malcolm Dole: Professor of Economics, University of California—Los Angeles

James Dorman: Professor of Economics, Evergreen State College

Robert Drago: Research Director, Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Gary Dymski: Professor of Economics, University of California—Riverside

Zohreh Emami: Professor of Econonics, Alverno College

Gerald Epstein: Professor of Economics and Chair, Department of Economics and Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts—Amherst

Sir Harold Evans is a journalist and former editor of The Sunday Times and the Times, who was knighted in 2004 for his services to journalism. His award-winning book, They Made America, chronicled the country’s most important innovators and inventors.

Rudy Fichtenbaum: Professor of Economics, Wright State University

Robert H. Frank: Economist, Cornell University

Nancy Folbre won a MacArthur Genius Award, is a professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and recently wrote the book Saving State U: Fixing Public Higher Education.

Anthony Gabb: Professor of Economics, St. John’s University

Ulla Grapard: Associate Professor of Economics and Women's Studies, Colgate University

Daphne Greenwood: Professor of Economics, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Robin Hahnel: Professor Emeritus of Economics, American University

Carol Heim: Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts—Amherst

James Heintz: Associate Director and Associate Research Professor, Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts—Amherst

Susan Helper: Chair, Department of Economics, Case Western Reserve University

Jim Hoge is editor of Foreign Affairs and the former editor of the Chicago Sun-Times, which won six Pulitzer Prizes under his tutelage. He is co-editor of How Did This Happen? Terrorism and the New War.

Harry Holzer: Professor of Public Policy at Georgetown University, former Chief Economist for the U.S. Department of Labor

Michael D. Intriligator: Professor of Economics, Political Science, and Public Policy, UCLA Senior Fellow, The Milken Institute University of Western Sydney

Dorene Isenberg: Professor and Chair, Department of Economics, University of Redlands

Fadhel Kaboub: Assistant Professor of Economics, Denison University

J.K. Kapler: Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts—Boston

Daniel Kevles is the former faculty chair at California Institute of Technology and serves as a professor of history at Yale University

Mary King: Professor of Economics, Portland State University

Peter Kresl: Professor of Economics—Emeritus, Bucknell University

Melaku Lakew: Professor of Economics, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

Thomas Lambert: Professor of Economics, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Henry Levin: William Heard Kilpatrick Professor of Economics and Education, Columbia University

David I. Levine: Eugene E. and Catherine M. Trefethen Professor Haas School of Business, University of California—Berkeley

Victor D. Lippit: Professor of Economics University of California—Riverside

Catherine Lynde: Associate Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts—Boston

Robert Lynch: Professor of Economics
 Washington College
 Chestertown, Maryland

Arthur MacEwan:Professor Emeritus, Department of Economics, Senior Fellow, Center for Social Policy, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Richard MacMinn: Edmondson-Miller Chair, College of Business, Illinois State University

Eric Maskin: Nobel laureate in economics, A.O. Hirschman Professor of Social Science, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

Patrick Mason: Professor of Economics and Director of African American Studies, Florida State University

Peter Hans Matthews: Professor of Economics, Middlebury College

Hannah McKinney: Professor of Economics, Kalamazoo College, Vice Mayor City of Kalamazoo, MI

Daniel McFadden: Recipient of the 2000 Nobel Prize for Economics and 1975 John Bates Clark Award, University of California—Berkeley

Walter W. McMahon: Professor of Economics (Emeritus), University of Illinois—Champaign

Ellen Meara: Associate Professor of Health Policy and Clinical Practice

Peter B. Meyer: Professor Emeritus of Urban Policy and Economics, Director Emeritus, Center for Environmental Policy and Management, University of Louisville, Covington, KY

Marcelo Milan: Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin—Parkside

Ida Mirzale: Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, The Ohio State University

Tracy Mott: Chair, Department of Economics, University of Denver

Adil Mouhammed: Professor of Economics, University of Illinois—Springfield

Kevin Murphy: Professor of Economics, Oakland University

Michael Nuwer: Professor of Economics, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, New York

Erik Olsen: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Missouri, Kansas City, Missouri

Dimitri Papadimitriou: President of The Levy Economics Institute, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

Richard Parker, a former congressional consultant, is a public policy lecturer and senior fellow at the Shorenstein Center at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. He is the author of The Myth of the Middle Class, Mixed Signals: The Future of Global Television News, and John Kenneth Galbraith: His Life, His Politics, His Economics. Read about his support for the manifesto here.

James Parrott: Deputy Director and Chief Economist, Fiscal Policy Institute

M. Stephen Pendleton: Associate Professor of Economics and Finance, Buffalo State College

Michael Perelman: Professor of Economics, California State University—Chico

Chris Phillips: Professor of Economics, Somerset Community College

Paul Pieper: Professor of Economics, University of Illinois—Chicago

Bruce Pietrykowski: Professor of Economics, University of Michigan—Dearborn, Dearborn, Michigan

Robert Pollin: Professor of Economics and Co-Director, Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), University of Massachusetts—Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts

Mark Price: Labor Economist, Keystone Research Center

Robert Reich: A professor of public policy at the University of California at Berkeley, Robert Reich was the 22nd secretary of Labor under President Clinton. He is the author of 12 books, including his most recent Supercapitalism: The Transformation of Business, Democracy, and Everyday Life.

David Reynolds is an international history professor and fellow at Christ’s College in Cambridge. His latest book is America, Empire of Liberty: A New History of the United States.

Malcolm B. Robinson: Professor of Economics, Thomas More College, Crestview Hills, Kentucky

John Roche: Associate Professor of Economics, St. John Fisher College

John E. Roemer: Professor of Political Science & Economics, Yale University

Jaime Ros: Professor of Economics, University of Notre Dame

Samuel Rosenberg: Acting Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Administration, Roosevelt University

Simon Schama: The author and host of the BBC documentary A History of Britain, Simon Schama is a historian who teaches at Columbia University.

Juliet Schor: Professor of Sociology, Boston College

Robert Scott: Senior International Economist, Economic International Economist

Stephanie Seguino: Professor of Economics, University of Vermont

Anwar Shaikh: Professor of Economics, The New School

Derek Shearer served as the ambassador to Finland from 1994-1997. He is now a diplomacy and world affairs professor at Occidental College in Los Angeles.

Heidi Shierholz: Economist at Economic Policy Institute

Richard Sims: Chief Economist, National Education Association

Peter Skott: Professor, University of Massachusetts—Amherst

Robert Solow: 1987 Nobel laureate in Economics, Institute Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Case Sprenkle: Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois

Mary Huff Stevenson: Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts—Boston

James B. Stewart: Professor Emeritus of Economics, Penn State University

Joseph Stiglitz is the former chief economist of the World Bank, and a recipient of the Nobel Prize and the John Bates Clark Medal; currently, he’s a professor at Columbia University. He is most recently the author of Freefall: America, Free Markets, and the Sinking of the World Economy and The Stiglitz Report: Reforming the International Monetary and Financial Systems in the Wake of the Global Crisis.

Chris Tilly: Professor of Urban Planning, University of California Los Angeles

Mark Thoma: Professor of Economics, University of Oregon

Laura Tyson served as the chair of Council of Economic Advisers and the director of the National Economic Council during the Clinton administration. She is a professor at the Haas School of Business at the University of California—Berkeley.

Leanne Ussher: Assistant Professor of Economics, Queens College, University of New York

Marjolein Van Der Veen: Economics Instructor, Bellevue College

Rudi von Arnim: Professor of Economics, University of Utah

Tonia Warnecke: Assistant Professor of Economics, Rollins College

John Weeks: Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of London

David Weiman: Professor of Economics and Director of Barnard—Columbia Urban Studies Program

Sean Wilentz is the Sidney and Ruth Lapidus Professor in the American Revolutionary Era at Princeton. His book, The Rise of American Democracy: From Jefferson to Lincoln, won the 2006 Bancroft Prize.

Martin H. Wolfson: Professor of Economics, University of Notre Dame

Linda Wilcox Young: Professor of Economics, Southern Oregon University

Mark Zandi: Chief Economist and Co- Founder, Moody’s Economy.com

Ben Zipperer: Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts