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Mariana Spatareanu is Associate Professor in the Department of Economics and Core Faculty in the Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers University. She holds a PhD in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis.
She is affiliated with Rutgers Business School, Department of Management and Global Business, Center on Migration and the Global City, LICOS Center for Institutions and Economic Performance, Catholic University Leuven and Hamburg Institute of International Economics. Prior to joining Rutgers University, she worked for the World Bank where she was involved in research related to the impact and the characteristics of foreign direct investment with focus on developing countries. In 2018 she was Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, UK. She has also been a Visiting Professor at the Catholic University Leuven and Gent University, Belgium, University of Buckingham, UK and a Visiting Research Scholar at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany.
She has recently served as an Editor for the Encyclopedia of International Economics and Global Trade, Volume 1 - Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Enterprise (World Scientific Publishing Co., 2020).
International Trade (graduate)
International Finance (graduate)
Topics in International Economics (graduate)
Macroeconomic Theory (graduate)
Colloquium on the Economic Consequences of International Migration of Labor (graduate)
Intermediate Macroeconomics (undergraduate)
International Economic Relations (undergraduate)
Introduction to Macroeconomics (undergraduate)
Ph.D. in Economics, Washington University, St. Louis
MA in Economics, Washington University, St. Louis
BA in Economics, Academy of Economic Studies, Romania
International Economics, Development Economics, Macroeconomics
Editor - Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Enterprise, Volume 1 of the Encyclopedia of International Economics and Global Trade, World Scientific Publishing Co, 2020
M. Spatareanu, V. Manole and A. Kabiri. 2019. "Do Banking Crises Stifle Innovation?" International Journal of Industrial Organization
M. Spatareanu and V. Manole. 2016. "Investment Climate Foreign Networks and Exporting - Evidence from Africa." International Review of Applied Economics
B. Merlevede, K. Schoors and M. Spatareanu. 2014. “FDI Spillovers and Time since Foreign Entry." World Development
B.S. Javorcik and M. Spatareanu. 2011. "Does It Matter Where You Come From? Vertical Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment and the Origin of Investors." Journal of Development Economics.
B.S. Javorcik, Ç. Özden, M. Spatareanu, and C. Neagu. 2011. "Migrant Networks and Foreign Direct Investment." Journal of Development Economics.V. Manole and M. Spatareanu. 2009. "Trade Openness and Income-- A Re-examination." Economics Letters.
B.S. Javorcik and M. Spatareanu. 2009. "Tough Love: Do Czech Suppliers Learn From Their Relationships with Multinationals?"The Scandinavian Journal of Economics.
V. Lskavyan and M. Spatareanu. 2008. "Host Country's Governance and the Size of Foreign Investors." Economics Letters.
B.S. Javorcik and M. Spatareanu. 2008. "To Share or Not to Share: Does Local Participation Matter for Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment?" Journal of Development Economics.
B.S. Javorcik and M. Spatareanu. 2005. "Do Foreign Investors Care about Labor Market Regulations?" Review of World Economics.
C. Fink, B.S. Javorcik and M. Spatareanu. 2005. "Income-Related Biases in International Trade: What Do Trademark Registration Data Tell Us?" Review of World Economics.
Rutgers Business School, Department of Management and Global Business