Professor Emerita of Economics
Barnard Hall 200D
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DegreesPHD, 1979, Oxford Univ; MA, 1968, Columbia Univ; BA, 1967, Barnard Coll Columbia Univ
Specialization: Development, International, Middle East Studies.
Fatemeh Moghadam teaches courses on Economic Development, Women and Development in the Middle East, Economic Development in the Middle East, and International Economics. She has published extensively on economic history, agricultural development, and women and development, including a book, "From Land Reform to The Revolution: The Political Economy of Agricultural Development in Iran (1960-1979)" (Tauris Academic Studies, London, February 1996). Her research work include several field studies in Iran. Her most recent publications include entries in "The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History" (New York, 2003), as well as articles on women and work in Iran.
Teaching InterestsEconomic Development, International Economics, Women and Development
Research InterestsEconomic History, Gender Economics, Development
Recent Courses Taught
|ECO 001||PRINC ECONOMICS I||Undergraduate|
|ECO 117||(CC) WOMEN&DVLPMT-MIDEAST||Undergraduate|