Jerome Stein




Visiting Professor (Research)

Division of Applied Mathematics
Professor Emeritus of Economics
Eastman Professor of Political Economy



Jerome Stein, Professor Emeritus


Research Interests: 

Stochastic optimal control/dynamic programming applied to international finance and debt crises.  Currency and debt crises.


Ph.D., Yale University, 1955

M.A.,  Yale University, 1950

B.A.,  Brooklyn College, 1949, Summa cum laude

Honors and Awards


Ford Foundation Faculty Fellowship 1961-62

Social Science Research Council Faculty Fellowship 1965-66

John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship 1972-73 

National Science Foundation Grants

Ford Foundation Grants 

Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

Ranked #18 in list of top 50 publishers 1978-81 in S. Leibowitz and J. Palmer, "Assessing Assessments of Economics Department.". 

Docteur Honoris Causa, l’Université de la Méditerranée Aix- Marseille II 1997