MIT and CEPR
Simon Johnson is the Ronald A. Kurtz Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Sloan School of Management, MIT, having recently finished two years as an Assistant Director in the IMF's Research Department. He is a Research Associate at the NBER and a co-organizer of the NBER’s informal meeting on African Success Stories in April 2006. He currently co-chairs the Taskforce on Latin American Reforms at the CGD in Washington D.C.
Professor Johnson works with most of the leading research organizations focused on development issues. He is a CEPR Research Fellow, a BREAD affiliate, a member of the International Advisory Board of CASE in Warsaw, and a non-resident scholar at the Asian Institute for Corporate Governance of Korea University.
Articles by Simon Johnson:
The doomsday cycle turns: Who’s next?
21 September 2012, 18765 reads
Risk taking, regulatory capture and bailouts: The doomsday cycle
22 February 2010, 58103 reads
Is newer better? The Penn World Table growth estimates
7 December 2009, 10256 reads
How imposed institutional reforms can work
2 July 2009, 16222 reads
Central bank independence: failures, successes and the “seesaw effect”
25 June 2008, 43538 reads