Consulting Economist; President, Institute for Global Economic Growth
Professor Norman A. Bailey teaches economic statecraft at The Institute of World Politics. He is a graduate of Oberlin College and Columbia University and has army service in strategic intelligence and joint operational planning. He has experience in business at Mobil International Oil Company; in finance as President of a boutique investment banking firm; as a consultant and in government service, on the staff of the National Security Council at the White House, and in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. He is President of the Institute for Global Economic Growth, the author of numerous books and articles and recipient of several honorary degress, medals and awards and two orders of knighthood.
- Formerly with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence
- Former Senior Director of International Economic Affairs, White House National Security Council, 1981-1983
- Former Professor, City University of New York
- Former President of Bailey, Tondu, Warwick & Co., Ltd. (an investment banking firm)
- Strategic Intelligence and Joint Operational Planning, US Army
Ph.D. 1962, M.I.A. 1955, Columbia University, B.A. 1953, Oberlin College.
CoursesEconomics for Foreign Policy Makers
PublicationsSwitzerland as a model for Israel
Could the Islamic winds be shifting?
"Israel's gas as economic equalizer," by Prof. Norman Bailey
The Strategic Plan that Won the Cold War
The Mexican Time Bomb