University of California, Berkeley and CEPR
Gérard Roland joined the Berkeley economics department as a professor in 2001. He received his PhD from Universite Libre de Bruxelles in 1988 and taught there from 1988-2001. Professor Roland is also a CEPR research fellow, where he was program director between 1995 and 2006. He serves as editor of the /Journal of Comparative Economics,/ and was an associate editor for several other journals. Among Professor Roland’s awards and honors are recipient of the Medal of the University of Helsinki, Officier de l’Ordre de Leopold II, and entry in “Who’s Who in the World,” “Who’s Who in America,” and "Who’s Who in Economics since 1776.” He was a fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences in Stanford in 1998-1999. He was program chair of the Fifth Nobel symposium in Economics devoted to the Economics of Transition in 1999. He was named Jean Monnet Professor at Universite Libre de Bruxelles in 2001 and received an Honorary Professorship of Renmin University of China in 2002.
Articles by Gérard Roland:
What is at stake in Crimea?
10 March 2014, 21637 reads
Ukraine: Emergency economic measures
27 February 2014, 9727 reads
Currency wars: China should impose green taxes on its exports
9 October 2010, 10435 reads
Culture can determine long-run growth
21 September 2010, 25228 reads
Political protest and reform: Lessons from communism’s demise
7 May 2010, 12595 reads