BARDHAN, Pranab. Indian, b. 1939. Genres: Economics. Career: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, assistant professor to associate professor of economics, 1966-69; Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, professor, 1969-73; Delhi School of Economics, professor, 1973-76; University of California, Berkeley, professor of economics, 1976-. Publications: Economic Growth, Development, and Foreign Trade, 1970; Land, Labor, and Rural Poverty, 1984; The Political Economy of Development in India, 1984, 2nd ed., 1998; Endogenous Growth Theory in a Vintage Capital Model, 1996; Role of Governance in Economic Development, 1997; (with C. Udry) Development Microeconomics, 1999; Social Justice in a Global Economy, 2000. EDITOR: (with T.N. Srinivasan) Rural Poverty in South Asia, 1988; The Economic Theory of Agrarian Institutions, 1989; Conversations between Economists and Anthropologists, 1989; (with J. Roemer) Market Socialism, 1993. Address: 1266 Grizzly Peak Blvd, Berkeley, CA 94708, U.S.A.