Joseph Foudy

Joseph Foudy

Joined Stern 2006

Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Kaufman Management Center
44 West Fourth Street, 766
New York, NY 10012



A winner of the Distinguished Teaching Award, Joseph Foudy joined NYU Stern School of Business in 2006 and is Distinguished Clinical Professor of Economics. With a wealth of teaching experience, he specializes in delivering Stern's core courses on macroeconomics and microeconomics, in addition to leading electives encompassing Asian economics and management, emerging markets, global business trends, and economic thought. He is interviewed regularly on business, economic and international issues and has appeared on CNN, Bloomberg, Fox, PBS and NPR as well as many international and New York City television outlets. He has also been quoted in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post and other international and domestic newspapers and magazines. His research interests focus on the impact of globalization on national systems, the political economy of financial regulation and comparative corporate governance. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Cornell University in 2004.

Research Interests

  • Varieties of Capitalism
  • Comparative Corporate Governance and Management
  • Globalization of Business

Courses Taught

  • Asian Economies
  • Emerging Economies
  • Firms and Markets (Microeconomics)
  • Global Business Trends
  • Global Economy (Macroeconomics)
  • Introduction to Economic and Political Thought
  • The Economy and Business of Japan
  • The Economy and Business of Singapore

Academic Background

Ph.D., Political Science, 2004
Cornell University

Masters, Political Science, 2000
Cornell University

B.A., Economics, 1996
American University

B.A., International Studies, 1996
American University