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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 2013 Distinguished Teaching Award, Joseph Foudy joined NYU Stern School of Business in 2006 and is a Clinical Associate Professor of Economics. Professor Foudy has extensive teaching experience, working on Stern's core courses on macro/international economics and global business as well as electives covering Asian economics and management, economic thought and globalization. He is interviewed regularly on business, economic and international issues and has appeared on CNN, 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, Wall Street Journal, 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 and accounting regulation and comparative corporate governance. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Cornell University in 2004.

Research Interests

  • Varieties of Capitalism
  • Corporate Governance
  • Globalization of Institutions & Markets
  • Comparative Labor Relations
  • Politics of Financial Deregulation

Courses Taught

  • Asian Economies
  • Business in Film
  • Emerging Economies
  • Firms and Markets
  • Global Business Trends
  • International Studies Program
  • Introduction to Economic and Political Thought
  • The Global Economy

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

Related News & Research

Professor Joseph Foudy comments in a story that examines the challenges cleaning service businesses are facing in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic

Professor Joseph Foudy explains why auto suppliers may see a spike in probability of default during COVID-19 pandemic

Professor Joseph Foudy is quoted in a story examining the probability of default jumps for automakers as the COVID-19 pandemic impacts production

Professor Joseph Foudy explains why some companies are opting to cut salaries instead of laying people off during the coronavirus outbreak

Professor Joseph Foudy is quoted in a story exploring the effects of Apple's supply chain disruptions in China and how it will impact the company's earnings

In a live interview, Professor Joseph Foudy shares his thoughts on how the "phase one" trade deal between the US and China will impact American consumers

Professor Joseph Foudy offers his perspective on the US Treasury's designation of China as a "currency manipulator"

Professor Joseph Foudy explains how higher tariffs may threaten business operations in China

In a live interview, Professor Joseph Foudy explains US-China trade negotiations

Professor Joseph Foudy weighs in on Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan's remarks at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos and how the US-China trade relationship impacts the global economy

Professor Joe Foudy explains the impact of Apple's poor sales in China on the global economy at large

Professor Joe Foudy is interviewed about how the midterm election results might impact international trade

Professor Joe Foudy offers insights on the decrease in manufacturing jobs in New York State amid the release of new employment data

Professor Joe Foudy is interviewed for a feature story on the increase of contract and temporary workers in the US

Professor Joseph Foudy offers thoughts on uncertainty in the current global trade environment

How China's Xi Jinping is filling the 'global leadership vacuum' left by Trump

Undergraduate student Alex Grieco interviews Professor Joseph Foudy about Stern's Barr Family International Studies Program (ISP)

Professor Joseph Foudy comments on the recent period of strong job growth

Professor Joseph Foudy highlights the factors impacting slow wage growth

Professor Joseph Foudy shares what the results of the jobs report could mean for Federal Reserve interest rates

Areas of Expertise


  • Economic Indicators
  • Globalization & Trade
  • Labor Economics


  • Corporate Governance


  • Auto
  • Housing/Real Estate


  • Asia
  • Europe
  • New York City