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Thomas W. Warke

THOMAS W. WARKE is the Freeman Foundation Senior Professor in Economics (Hopkins-Nanjing Center). He earned an MA and PhD in economics from Princeton University and comes to the center from Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, where he served as fellow and director of Studies in Economics. Dr. Warke has also taught at universities in Egypt and Zambia. His academic specialty focuses on public goods and optimal tax. His recent scholarly work includes Optimal Tax Theory and Policy, which appears in Cambridge Essays in Applied Economics (Cambridge University Press, 2007), and Multi-Dimensional Utility and the Index Number Problem, which appears in Utilitas 12 (July 2000). He has received various awards and honors including being a Fulbright Scholar, the Danforth Scholar and a Woodrow Wilson Fellow.