Adjunct Professor of International Business
The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
Ibrahim Warde is Adjunct Professor of International Business at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the Associate Director of Business Programs at the Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies at Tufts University. He was named a Carnegie Scholar in 2007, in relation to his research on financial networks and practices in the Islamic world. He is also a course director for Euromoney Institutional Investor, London and a consultant specializing in global finance. He has taught at the University of California (Berkeley, Davis, and Santa Cruz), as well as at Saint Mary's College, California. Mr. Warde's books include Islamic Finance in the Global Economy, 2nd ed. (2010), The Price of Fear: The Truth Behind the Financial War on Terror (2007), Le modèle anglo-saxon en question (1997), and Mythologies américaines (1996). Forthcoming books include Islam and Economics and Guerres d'Irak. He is a contributor to Le Monde Diplomatique, an author of monographs on banking regulation and international finance, and an author of policy papers on global technological change published by the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE).
Profile as of 6/10/10