Bradley R. Schiller
Professor Schiller not only teaches economic theories to students and practitioners in public policy but also practices it as well. His specializations include public policy analysis and economic policy. As a consultant to governments and major corporations, he has designed, evaluated, and even operated scores of employment, training, and welfare programs. He continues to be an active consultant in these areas as well as in forensic economics. He also lectures extensively on Social Security reform and the ever-changing federal budget outlook. Schiller has written many editorials for the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and other papers, plus scores of articles in professional journals. His book The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination 9th ed. (Prentice Hall, 2004) has been the standard text for those fields for more than 20 years. His principles text, The Economy Today 10th ed. (McGraw-Hill, 2006), is one of the most widely used economics books in the world.
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Books:The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination, August 2007