EMBA Faculty: Farrokh Langdana
Rutgers Executive MBA Director
Dr. Langdana's areas of specialization include monetary and fiscal theory and international trade and global macroeconomic policy. His research deals with macroeconomic experimentation and the role of stabilization policy in an expectations-driven economy. He has published several articles as well as five books in this area. His new book, co-authored with Peter Murphy and published by Springer Press, is titled "International Trade and Global Macropolicy."
Dr. Langdana is the recipient of the Horace dePodwin Research Award and more than 35 teaching awards, including the highest possible teaching award at Rutgers University -- the Warren I. Susman Award. Dr. Langdana has been named in Business Week as one of the two Most Popular Business Professors at Rutgers University (BusinessWeek, Oct. 2nd, 2000). Additionally, has received Rutgers Business School's Paul Nadler Award for Excellence in Teaching and from 2011 to 2013, the Award for Excellence in teaching in the MBA Program was named the Farrokh Langdana Teaching Excellence Award. More recently, he was awarded the Dean's Meritorious Teaching Award by Dean Lei, and the Rutgers MBA class of 2016 presented him with the Outstanding Professor Award for 2016.
A professor in the Finance and Economics Department at Rutgers Business School, Dr. Langdana is also director of the globally ranked and highly regarded Rutgers Executive MBA Program. Dr. Langdana was recently interviewed by The Wall Street Journal where he discusses how the Rutgers EMBA program evolves constantly to meet the changing needs and demands of the global executive workplace. He has been director since 1997 and is the first RBS professor to have a classroom named in his honor at 1 Washington Park. The generous support of REMBA alumni and faculty to achieve the fundraising goal for the Professor Farrokh Langdana classroom is a testament to his undying dedication to the EMBA program and his students.
To read Dr. Langdana's blogs on macroeconomic policy, please click here.
Hope all is well. Just wanted to say that I really enjoyed your latest article on the Eurozone. So, I decided to go back and read some of the prior articles on our the Rutgers website. Have you been talking to Nostradamus? You mentioned the Iran nuclear deal in the March  article which came true today, so I'm guessing that oil will get crushed. Yay for me cause I have a really long commute. In the January  article, you spoke about the "writing on the wall" for the euro which also came true. Really impressive stuff! I wish you taught other MBA classes!
The final class that we had, he received a standing ovation from the students. I've never seen that before. That should give you an idea of how all of his students felt about him. He was the best professor I've ever had.
Took Farrokh's classes in Macro & Int'l Trade. The best professor I've ever had, and I've heard the same from people who had previous grad degrees from some of the world's best schools. Now (today) many of his observations have been proven correct. He's a fantastic teacher with an infectious passion for both teaching and economics.
Tremendous passion, high intellect, great sense of humor. Fueled a passion in economics for me. A truly great man. They named the teaching ward after him, because he won it so many times!
Dear Prof. Langdana,
I can honestly say that you are one of the best professors I have had in my 16 years of schooling. Your insight and your careful, thoughtful explanation made a complex subject easy to understand.
It is the first time I have heard a foreign professor impart fair comments on China's past, present and future and on your heroes, Zhu Rong Ji and Fan Qie Chao Dan. I look forward to attending your class next year.
Once again, thank you for your time. I wish you the very best in the coming year.
In response to “Pfizer, Tax Inversion, Burger King, Adam Smith, and Chinese Walls”