Professor of Economics at Columbia University
Macroeconomics, Public Finance, Economic Theory, Development Economics, Industrial Organization, Economics of Information, Capital Markets
1964，B.A., Amherst College
1967，Ph.D. in Economics, M.I.T
University Professor, Columbia University. Teaching at the Columbia Business School, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Department of Economics) and the School of International and Public Affairs.
Co-founder and Co-President, Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Columbia University
Chair of the Management Board and Director of Graduate Summer Programs, Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester
Chair, Columbia University Committee on Global Thought
Chang Jiang Scholar, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University
2001, Nobel Prize in Economics
1988–2001， Professor of Economics and Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
2000，Stern Visiting Professor, Columbia University
1997–2000， Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, World Bank
2000，Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
1995–1997，Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers (Member of Cabinet)
1993–1995，Member, Council of Economic Advisers
1979–1988， Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research Senior Fellow, Institute for Policy Reform，Professor of Economics, Princeton University,
1976-1979，Drummond Professor of Political Economy, Oxford University
1978-1979， Oskar Morgenstern Distinguished Fellow and Visiting Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies and Mathematica
1974-1976，Professor of Economics, Stanford University
1973-1974，Visiting Fellow, St. Catherine's College, Oxford
1970-1974，Professor of Economics, Cowles Foundation and Department of Economics, Yale University
1969-1971，Senior Research Fellow, Social Science Division, Institute for Development Studies, University College, Nairobi (under Rockefeller Foundation Grant)
1968-1970，Associate Professor, Cowles Foundation
(4) 2006, Stability with Growth: Macroeconomics, Liberalization, and Development ISBN 0-19-928814-3 (Initiative for Policy Dialogue Series C); by Joseph E. Stiglitz, Jose Antonio Ocampo, Shari Spiegel, Ricardo Ffrench-Davis, and Deepak Nayyar; Oxford University Press 2006
(6) 2000, Frontiers of Development Economics: The Future in Perspective, edited with Gerald M. Meier, World Bank, May 2000.
(7) 2001, Rethinking the East Asian Miracle, edited with Shahid Yusuf, World Bank and Oxford University Press.
(8) 2002, Principles of Macroeconomics, third edition, with Carl E. Walsh, W.W. Norton & Company, March 2002.
(9) 2002, Economics, Third Edition, with Carl E. Walsh, W.W. Norton & Company, April 2002.
(10) 2002, Peasants Versus City-Dwellers: Taxation and the Burden of Economic Development, with Raaj K. Sah, Oxford University Press, April 2002.
(11) 2002, Globalization and Its Discontents, W.W. Norton & Company, June 2002.
(13) 2003, The Roaring Nineties, W.W. Norton & Company, forthcoming in October 2003.
(14) Fair Trade for All: How Trade Can Promote Development (Initiative for Policy Dialogue Series C)– by Joseph E. Stiglitz, Andrew Charlton; Hardcover
(15) 2000, 3rd ed. Economics of the Public Sector.
(16) 2002, The Rebel Within: Joseph Stiglitz and the World Bank by Joseph E. Stiglitz (Editor), Ha-Joon Chang (Editor), ISBN 1-898855-91-9, Anthem Press, Wimbledon Publishing Company (Paperback - February 25, 2002)
(17) 2005, The Development Round Of Trade Negotiations In The Aftermath Of Cancun by Joseph E. Stiglitz, Andrew Charlton (Paperback - January 30, 2005)
(18) 2005, A Chance For The World Bank by Joseph P Stiglitz (Foreword), Jozef Ritzen, ISBN 1-84331-162-3, Anthem Press, Wimbledon Publishing Company (Paperback - May 30, 2005)
(19) 1986, 'Economics of the Public Sector' by J.E.Stiglitz ISBN 0-393-96651-8, W.W.Norton, New York. (Re-printed 1988, 2000)
(21) Readings in the Modern Theory of Economic Growth by Joseph E. Stiglitz (Editor), Hirofumi Uzawa (Editor)
Resent Research Papers
(1) 1998, Distinguished lecture on economics in government: The private uses of pubic interests: Incentives and institutions. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 12, 3–22.
(2) 1998, Redefining the Role of the State - What should it do ? How should it do it ? And how should these decisions be made? Paper presented at the Tenth Anniversary of MITI Research Institute, Tokyo, March 1998.
(3) 1996, The World Bank Research Observer: No 2: August 1996 by Joseph Stiglitz
(4) 1993,“Post Walrasian and post Marxian economics,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 7, pp. 109–14
(5) 1993, “Market socialism and neoclassical economics,” in Bardhan, P. K. and Roemer, J. E. (eds.), Market Socialism. The Current Debate, New York: Oxford University Press
(6) 1989, “Principal and agent,” in J. Eatwell, M. Milgate and P. Newman (eds.), The New Palgrave. Allocation, Information and Markets. New York: W. W. Norton
(7) 1987, “The causes and consequences of the dependence of quality on prices”, Journal of Economic Literature, vol. 25, pp. 1–48
(8) 1981 (with A. Weiss), "Credit Rationing in Markets with Imperfect Information", American Economic Review, vol. 71, pp. 393–410
(9) 1977 (with A.K. Dixit), “Monopolistic Competition and Optimum Product Diversity”, American Economic Review, vol. 67, pp. 297–308
(10) 1976 (with M. Rothschild), “Equilibrium in Competitive Insurance Markets: An Essay on the Economics of Imperfect Information”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 90, pp. 629–650.
(11) 1974, “Incentives and Risk Sharing in Sharecropping”, Review of Economic Studies, Vol. 41, No. 2, 219-255.
(12) 1974, “Alternative Thoeries of Wage Determination and Unemployment in LDCs: The Labour Turnover Model”, Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 81, pp. 194-227
(13) 1971 (with M. Rothschild), “Increasing Risk: II. Its Economic Consequences”, Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 3, pp. 66-84
(14) 1970 (with M. Rothschild), “Increasing Risk: I. A Definition”, Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 2, pp. 225-243