Senior Editor, Economics
Associate Editor, Economics & Political Science
Senior Editor, Social Sciences (Europe)
Princeton University Press publishes the most influential and groundbreaking books in economics and finance, books that actively influence how the field defines and redefines itself through a broad range of new and challenging ideas and an increasingly diverse group of authors and perspectives.
Our economics list is extraordinary, and we aim to elevate this tradition to new heights to help the field of economics do the same. We publish textbooks that anticipate new courses, monographs that bring together monumental work in new ways, and bestsellers that directly influence policy and inform the daily lives of all readers.
New & Noteworthy
Return to office? How COVID-19 and remote work reshaped the economy
The last great battle of the COVID-19 pandemic is not over masks or vaccines or big government policies. It’s over remote work.
Can bankers ever be virtuous?
There are few today who link banking with virtue. The common view is of an industry greedy for profits and far too willing to take risks that, when they go wrong, lead to expensive bail outs using tax-payers’ money while the perpetrators walk away with their bonuses intact.
Why economists—and everyone else—should care about hope
The U.S. is experiencing a nationwide crisis of despair. Despair is not only linked with premature mortality, but with the vulnerability to misinformation that is plaguing our society, our health systems, and our democracy.
Lessons from the past about the future of capitalism
The capitalist economic system has delivered wealth to the world population on an unprecedented scale. At the same time, many people feel unhappy about how little the economy does for them.
A time for utopias
“Generation Dread,” “The World as We Knew It,” or “Global Burning.” This is just a small sample of book titles from this year that deal with global warming and its environmental, socio-economic, political, and cultural consequences.