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Iwan Azis


Iwan Azis is Professor of Emerging Markets within the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, and was the Director of Graduate Studies, Regional Science program. He is also a regular Visiting Professor at the University of Indonesia. Awarded "Distinguished Scholar in Regional Science, Financial Economics, and Economic Modeling," his research focuses on the interlink between macro-financial economics, social-institutional issues, and spatial inequalities in emerging markets. He has published articles and books on these subjects, among the latest are “Regional Economics: Fundamental Concepts, Policies, and Institutions” (World Scientific, 2020), and “Periphery and Small Ones Matter: Interplay of Policy and Social Capital” (Springer, 2022). He has been advising various international institutions and universities.

You can read his CV and short bio, recent activities, papers and articles on various economic subjects, watch his lectures and select interviews, see the details of the current courses he teaches,  or browse over his paintings