Michele Alacevich is Associate Professor of History of Economic Thought and Economic History. He specializes in the history of twentieth-century development institutions and ideas, the history of the social sciences, and international and global economic history. His last book is Inequality. A Short History (Brookings Press 2018, with A. Soci).
Alacevich's publications include The Political Economy of the World Bank: The Early Years (Stanford University Press, 2009, translated into five languages) and articles in Past and Present, Journal of Global History, History of Political Economy, and Journal of the History of Economic Thought.
Before moving to Bologna, Alacevich was Assistant Professor and Director of Global Studies at Loyola University (2014-16), the Associate Director for Research at the Heyman Center for the Humanities, Columbia University (2011-14), and a research scholar at Harvard University (2010-11), at Columbia University (2009-10), and at the World Bank (2006-08).
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