Department of Economics
School of Arts and Sciences
New Brunswick Campus
Financial markets, stock market and other booms and busts, regulation of the financial industry, monetary and financial history
Eugene N. White, Ph.D., is a professor of economics at Rutgers University, a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) and the co-editor of the CIF Series in Financial and Economic History (Yale University Press, 2005-present). His most recent book is Conflicts of Interest in the Financial Services Industry: What Should We Do About Them? (Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2003), co-authored with Andrew Crockett, Trevor Harris and Frederic Mishkin.
He has published more than 60 articles on stock market booms and crashes, deposit insurance, banking regulation, and war economics. White also has experience with providing financial commentary to the media, including PBS Newshour. He is currently at work on studies of real estate and stock market booms and busts, bank regulation and supervision, the evolution of the microstructure of the New York and Paris stock exchanges and war economies.
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