Estratégias do desenvolvimento econômico regional


  • Stefan Hyman Robock Columbia University




Biografia do Autor

Stefan Hyman Robock, Columbia University

Before joining Columbia in 1967, Robock worked for the US government, including serving as an air intelligence officer in the US Navy in Washington, Brazil, Morocco, and Japan during World War II and a five-year term (1949-54) as chief economist of the Tennessee Valley Authority in Knoxville. Robock also worked at the Midwest Research Institute in Kansas City, Missouri, and the Committee for Economic Development in New York City before beginning his academic career in 1960. He was one of the founders of the field of international business and served as director of Indiana University’s international business program from 1960-67. After leaving Columbia in 1985, Robock served as visiting professor at China’s first management program (Beijing Management Institute) and at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing. He also served as a visiting professor at the International Management Center in Budapest, Hungary, in 1992 and received honorary degrees from Brazil’s University of Recife in 1956 and the University of Deusto in San Sebastian, Spain, in 1974. Columbia University also honored Robock in 2009 with the establishment of the Stefan H. Robock Professorship in Finance and Economics at Columbia Business School.




Como Citar

Robock, S. H. (2018). Estratégias do desenvolvimento econômico regional. Revista Econômica Do Nordeste, 1(1), 3–17.