Dominick Salvatore

Dr. Dominick Salvatore is Distinguished Professor of Economics and Director of the Ph.D. Program in Economics at Fordham University in New York. Fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences and past Chairman of its Economics Section. President of the North American Economic and Finance Association (NAEFA) and past President of the International trade and Finance Association (ITFA). Consultant to United Nations, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Economic Policy Institute, and major International Corporations and Global Banks. Achievement Award, City University of New York; Honorary Professorship, Shanghai Finance University. 

Published 47 books, among which: 

  • Income Distribution (Oxford University Press, 2006, Co-Author).
  • International Economics, 9th ed. (Wiley, Fall 2006), leading international text, translated into 10 languages. 
  • Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, 6th ed. (Oxford University Press, Fall 2006).
  • Introduction to International Economics (Wiley, 2005).
  • Microeconomics: Theory and Applications, 4th ed. (Oxford University Press, 2004). 
  • The Dollarization Debate (Oxford University Press, 2003). Co-editor.
  • Protectionism and World Welfare (Cambridge University Press, 1993). Editor.
  • Theory and Problems of Microeconomics, 4th ed. (McGraw-Hill, 2006), translated into 15 languages, more than 800,000 copies sold.
  • The Japanese Trade Challenge and the U.S. Response (Economic Policy Institute, 1990).

Co-editor of Journal of Policy Modeling and Open Economies Review; Associate Editor of The American Economist; Board of Editors of Frontiers in Finance and Economics. Past Editor of the Handbook Series in Economics of the Greenwood Press. Regular contributor to several financial newspapers. 

Gave more than 300 lectures around the world. He was Visiting Professor at the Universities of Rome, Triest, and Vienna; in 2006-2007 at American University in Cairo and Universities of Shanghai and Hunan in China.