Dr. Ingrid H. Rima, Professor
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Professor Rima received her B.A., from Hunter College in New York City, where she graduated Cum Laude. She attended the University of Pennsylvania, where she completed her M.A. and PhD. and presented her Thesis on: The Pricing of Public Sector Goods.
Professor Rima has taught Economics at Temple University for more than 40 years, educating students in subject areas such as, Economic Analysis and the History of Economics and Macroeconomics. She is a scholar, an innovator, and an originator in and of the field of economics. Her areas of specialization are; Economic Theory, History and Method, Macroeconomics, Human Capital - Labor Markets, International Trade and Finance, and Entrepreneurship.
Professor Rima was appointed Assistant Professor with tenure at Temple University
in 1952, and Professor in 1968, serving from 1968 until 1970 as Chair of the Department of
Economics. She is a member of the American Economic Association, and a founding member
of The Easter Economics Association, whose Journal she edited from 1979-1992. She is also a member of the Association for Social Economics (Serving also as a Trustee and Associate Editor). She is a founding member of the International Society for New Ideas (ISINI) and was President of the History of Economics Society in 1992. She is listed as Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America, The World's Who's Who of Authors, Who's Who Among Educators, and Who’s Who Among Women, and others.
Professor Rima’s most recent publications are: Development of Economic Analysis, Routledge, 7th Edition in press; Development of Economic Analysis, Routledge, 6th Edition, 2001; and Labor Markets in a Global Economy, M.E. Sharpe, 1996.
Professor Rima has published more than 50 articles including a most interesting piece entitled
“Instrumentalism: A Tool of Governance to Limit the Employment Losses of Outsourcing”, Journal of Economic Asymmetries, accepted for publication in June 2008.
In 2007, Routledge published Essays in Honor of Ingrid Rima, (a dedication) edited by Mat
Forstater, Gary Mongiovi, Steven Pressman. In 2006 she received the Helen Potter Award (for
contributions to Economics and Service to the Profession) from the Association for Social Economics, Boston, January 2006, ASSA. (Web-Page coming soon)