Jorge Salazar-Carrillo



Office: DM 319B



My research has covered practically all fields of economics, both in developed and underdeveloped economies. I have edited or authored over one hundred articles, a hundred book chapters and over eighty books. My research interests at the present time have to do with the recent economics of Asia and Latin America (including Cuba), and with U.S. macro and microeconomics.

El Petróleo Como Sector Clave del Economia Venezolana, Ujat, 2017

Ensayos de Politica Economica, Ediciones Universal, 2016

Cuba: From Economic Take-Off to Collapse under Castro, Transition Publishers, 2015

Applied Microeconomics with Study Guide, California, CAT Publishers, 2013.

"Business" in Suzanne Oboler and Deena J. Gonzalez, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States, Oxford University Press, 2005.

The Economic Development of Venezuela and the Oil Sector: 1910-1990, New York, Praeger- Greenwood Publishers, 1994.

"Ideology, Modernization and Politico-Economic Development In Latin America" (with Antonio Jorge), Knowledge and Policy: The International Journal of Knowledge Transfer and Utilization, 1993.

The Latin American Debt, London, MacMillan Press, (1992).

Areas of Expertise

International economics, economic development, macroeconomics, microeconomics, economics of Asia


PhD: University of California, Berkeley, 1967