Boldrin, Michele, 1956-

American economist

Michele Boldrin is an Italian-born economist, expert in economic growth, business cycles, technological progress and intellectual property. He is currently the Joseph Gibson Hoyt Distinguished Professor in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. Along with his colleague and coauthor David Levine, he was part of the group of 200 economists publicly opposing the 2009 Stimulus bill. He later publicly defended his position on the issue in various international media, including a public debate with Brad DeLong. (Source: Wikipedia)

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