Joseph Stiglitz

Nobel Prize Laureate, Author, Columbia University Graduate School of Business Professor and Former World Bank Chief Economist

Speaker Fee Range: Above $100,000 USD

Travels From: New York, USA

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    Joseph Stiglitz

    Nobel Prize Laureate, Author, Columbia University Graduate School of Business Professor and Former World Bank Chief Economist

    Speaker Fee Range: Above $100,000 USD

    Travels From: New York, USA

    Joseph Stiglitz is available for virtual keynotes and webinars. Please complete the form or contact one of our agents to inquire about the fees for virtual engagements. Please note: the fee range listed above is for in-person engagements.

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    Nobel Prize winner and economics speaker Joseph Stiglitz is our most gifted and experienced analyst of the global economy. His bestselling books, including Globalization and its Discontents, have shaped the way we think about equality, information, and sustainable economic development. In his keynote speeches, Stiglitz explores our shared economic prospects and the challenges we face in an increasingly interdependent world.

    Joseph Stiglitz Speaker Biography

    Economics speaker Joseph Stiglitz is a Nobel Award-winning economist whose work examines globalization, inequality, and public policy. Named by Time as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, he is also a bestselling author. As a speaker, Joseph Stiglitz draws on an extraordinary history of work at the deepest levels of the global economy.

    A PRIZE-WINNING ACADEMIC CAREER

    In 1979, Stiglitz won the prestigious John Bates Clark Award, given to the field’s most influential economist under 40. His work on the economics of information earned Stiglitz the 2001 Nobel Prize in economics.

    Since beginning his career as a professor at Yale in 1970, Stiglitz has taught at Princeton, Stanford, and MIT. He was also the Drummond Professor and a Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford. Presently, he is a University Professor at Columbia, where he founded and continues to lead the school’s Initiative for Policy Dialogue.

    A LEGACY OF PUBLIC SERVICE

    He served on the Council of Economic Advisers from 1993 to 1995, becoming CEA Chairman from 1995 to 1997. The World Bank then named him its Chief Economist, a position he held through 2000.

    In response to the global financial crisis of 2008, the UN General Assembly appointed Stiglitz to chair a commission on international financial reform. This commission issued an influential report in 2009, published in book form as The Stiglitz Report. His work with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change earned him a share of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.
    He has earned recognition from governments around the world, and is an Officer in France’s Legion of Honor.

    A GROUNDBREAKING AUTHOR

    Above all, Joseph Stiglitz is best known for writing more than a dozen popular and highly influential books. These include the groundbreaking Globalization and its Discontents (2002), which has sold more than 1 million copies worldwide and inspired a sequel, Globalization and its Discontents Revisited (2017). His most recent books are People, Power, and Profits: Progressive Capitalism for an Age of Discontent (2019) and Rewriting the Rules of the European Economy: An Agenda for Growth and Shared Prosperity (2020).

    A celebrated academic, influential public servant, and immensely popular public speaker, Joseph Stiglitz understands the problems and promise of the global economy and discusses them in clear, vivid terms.

    Joseph Stiglitz Keynote Topics

    The current financial crisis didn’t start with the housing bubble—it started with policies enacted by previous Presidents, starting with Ronald Reagan all the way through to President George W. Bush. Stiglitz explores how free market financial policy and government regulation, or lack thereof, led to the 2007 financial crisis. This fast-paced presentation includes an overview of the current state of the economy and also what businesses and financial institutions can expect during economic recovery.

    Based on his book by the same name, Joseph Stiglitz explores why globalization is failing so many people and what must be done create stable economies. This presentation specifically demonstrates the intersection between these key components: trade relationships, the gap between rich and poor, China/America, global warming and pollution, developing & emerging economies, and international governance/regulatory bodies.

    Joseph Stiglitz’ commentary on current United State economic policy and global financial news is controversial, provocative, and informative. It is also refreshingly direct. He provides audiences with solid context that can be used to add further dimensions to their work while gaining greater insight into the latest headlines.

    Joseph Stiglitz Speaking Videos

    Joseph Stiglitz - The Costs of Inequality
    Joseph Stiglitz on US economy