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Melvyn B. Krauss
Melvyn B. Krauss
william l. clayton senior fellow

Expertise: International economics, economic development, taxation and tax reform, U.S. aid to foreign nations, international trade, NATO

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Melvyn Krauss is the William L. Clayton Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. He is also emeritus professor of economics at New York University. He is an expert on international economics and economic development.

Krauss' current research focuses on the relationship between free trade and the welfare state, foreign trade policy issues, and regional economics.

His recent publications include How Nation's Grow Rich (Oxford University Press, 1997) and Free Trade Doesn't Kill Social Programs (Wall Street Journal, December, 1997). Krauss is also the author of How NATO Weakens the West (Simon and Schuster, 1986), Development Without Aid (McGraw Hill, 1983), and The New Protectionism (New York University Press, 1978).

Krauss has taught at various universities outside the United States including the London School of Economics, the University of Amsterdam, the University of Stockholm, the University of Aix-Marseille, and McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. He has also held teaching positions at New York University, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and Stanford University.

Krauss has published more than 35 articles in scientific journals, including the American Economic Review, the Journal of Economic Literature and the Journal of Political Economy.

Krauss received a BA degree from Brooklyn College, an MA in economics from New York University, and completed a PhD in economics at New York University in 1968.

Last updated on August 16, 2010