Dr. Carl Mosk is Professor in the Department of
Economics and specializes in economic history, Asian economics and
population economics. He has done research on fertility, mortality,
urbanization, the biological standard of living, family/household
composition, and international migration.
Carl Mosk’s current main research interests are:
- Economic geography
- International migration and its relationship to international
- Global cities and the urban hierarchy
- Distribution of population in rural and urban communities
- The anthropometric measures and the biological standard of
- Mosk, Carl. 2005. Trade and Migration in the Modern World.
New York, NY: Routledge.
- Mosk, Carl. 2008. Japanese Economic Development: Markets,
Norms, Structures. New York, NY: Routledge.
- Mosk, Carl. 2011. Traps Embraced or Escaped: Elites in the
Economic Development of Modern Japan and China. Singapore:
Home page: http://www.carlmosk.com