Caves, Richard E. 1
Houthakker, Hendrik 2
Bhagwati, Jagdish N. 3

Hazari, Bharat

Ph.D. 1973  Harvard
Location (2024): City U HK
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Arndt, Sven W.
Beaulieu, Eugene C.
Blomström, Magnus
Branstetter, Lee G.
Brecher, Richard A.
Chanda, Rupa
Davis, Donald R.
Dehejia, Vivek
Dinopoulos, Elias
Evans, Carolyn L.
Feenstra, Robert C.
Foley, C. Fritz
Freund, Caroline
Grinols, Earl L.
Grossman, Gene M.
Hazard, Heather A.
Helpman, Elhanan
Hoon, Hian Teck
Irwin, Douglas A.
Jha, Priyaranjan
Krishna, Pravin
Krugman, Paul R.
Limão, Nuno
Ludema, Rodney D.
Magee, Stephen P.
Messerlin, Patrick A.
Mishra, Prachi
Mitra, Devashish
Norman, Victor D.
Obstfeld, Maurice
Piñera, José
Pugel, Thomas A.
Rosendorff, B. Peter
Subramanian, Arvind
Tabakis, Chrysostomos
Traça, Daniel
Wilson, John D.
Wong, Kar-Yiu
Wooton, Ian
Yamawaki, Hideki
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Sgro, Pasquale

Hazari, Bharat
Thesis: "A Study of Some Aspects of Factor Market Distortions and the Pure Theory of International Trade"
  1Caves: "Professor Richard Caves was like an encyclopedia. He had left trade theory a long time ago but his understanding of trade theory was remarkable. He could answer all my queries on distortion theory before I had completed asking him a question. His organization was brilliant and I learnt a lot from him."
  2Houthakker: "Professor Houthakker was an incredible teacher and source of great inspiration. He taught without notes and I rarely saw him struggle during his lectures. He was so distinguished but extremely humble."
  3Bhagwati: "Professor Jagdish Bhagwati got me interested in distortion and trade theory an interest that has kept me going all my life."