About Ed Dolan

Edwin G. Dolan holds a PhD in economics from Yale University. He has taught in the United States at  Dartmouth College, the University of Chicago, George Mason University and Gettysburg College. From 1990 to 2001, he taught in Moscow, Russia, where he and his wife founded the American Institute of Business and Economics (AIBEc), an independent, not-for-profit MBA program. After 2001, he taught economics in several European countries, including Central European University in Budapest, the University of Economics in Prague, and 15 years of annual courses at the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. He is currently a Senior Fellow at the Niskanen Center and lives in Northwest Lower Michigan.

 Teaching posts:

Dartmouth College (1969-77)
University of Chicago (1971-72)
George Mason University (1979-87)
Gettysburg College (1988-91)
State Finance Academy (Moscow, Russia, 1990-91)
Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia, 1992)
American Institute of Business and Economics (Moscow, Russia, 1993-2001)
National Bank of Kazakstan (Almaty, Kazakstan, staff training, 1996)
Stockholm School of Economics (Riga, Latvia, 1999-2013)
Central European University (Budapest, Hungary, 2002-03)
International Graduate School of Business (Zagreb, Croatia, 2003)
American University in Bulgaria (Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, 2004)
University of Economics (Prague, Czech Republic, 2005-08)
Tallinn Technical University School of Business (Tallinn, Estonia, 2008)

Books


Selected Articles


"Structural Interdependence of the Soviet Economy," Soviet Studies, 1967; Teleological Period in Soviet Planning, Yale Economic Essays, 1970; "Alienation and Freedom," Journal of Political Economy, 1971; "Experimental Polycentric Model of Soviet Economy," in Economic Analysis of Soviet-Type Economy, Thornton (ed.), 1976; "On the Threat of Hyperinflation in the Transition Period," Economics and Mathematical Methods (in Russian) 1991;  "Which Monetary System is Better?" (in Russian) Eko, 1991.  "Financial Aspects of Economic Reform in the USSR," Problems of Theory and Practice of Management (in Russian), 1991; "Problems of Financial Stabilization Policy in the Transition Period," in From Plan to Market, Dorn and Piasheva (eds), 1993. “Science, Public Policy and Global Warming: Rethinking the Market Liberal Position,” Cato Journal, Spring-Summer 2006. "The Austrian Paradigm in Environmental Economics: Theory and Practice, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Summer 2014.

Blogs:

Ed Dolan's Econ Blog
Ed Dolan's Econ Blog at Economonitor.com
Ed Dolan's Slideshow Channel on Slideshare.com