An expert on international economies, Krueger studies reforms in Russian industrial
enterprises and also has interests in Comparative Economic Systems, including Japan and
China, as well as an interest in corporate governance. He teaches classes in
econometrics, comparative economic systems and economics of transition. 

His book, Enterprise Restructuring and the Role of Managers in Russia: Case Studies of
Firms in Transition published in April 2004, tells the story of what might have been
considered an unlikely source of dynamic change in Russia -- formerly state-owned
manufacturing enterprises and their managers. 

EDUCATION: B.A., University of Illinois M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison 

Krueger has been teaching at Macalester since 1989. 

Journal Articles


Virtual Reality: Barter and Restructuring in Russian Industry (with Susan Linz), Problems of Post-Communism (2002)


A note on initial conditions and liberalization during transition (with M. Ciolko), Journal of Comparative Economics (1998)


Russia's non-Capitalist Market Economy, Macalester International (1998)