Taun Toay is managing director of the Levy Institute and a research analyst working on macroeconomic modeling and gender-aware analysis. He was a Fulbright research grantee to Greece for 2005–06 and an affiliate of the University of Piraeus, where his work examined the socioeconomic impacts of inflation patterns surrounding the adoption of the euro.
Toay has also served as a visiting lecturer in the economics department at Bard College and co-edited The Burden of Our Times: The Intellectual Origins of the Global Financial Crisis (with R. Berkowitz). His other publications include:
- “Co-operative Banking in Greece: A Proposal for Rural Reinvestment and Urban Entrepreneurship” (with D. B. Papadimitriou), Research Project Report, 2014;
- Direct Job Creation for Turbulent Times in Greece” (with R. Antonopoulos and D. B. Papadimitriou), Research Project Report to the Observatory of Economics and Social Development, Labour Institute, Greek General Confederation of Labour, 2011;
- “From Unpaid to Paid Care Work: The Macroeconomic Implications of HIV and AIDS on Women’s Time-tax Burdens” (with R. Antonopoulos), in The Fourth Wave: An Assault on Women, Gender, Culture, and HIV/AIDS in the 21st Century (UNESCO-SSRC), 2009; and
- “Expensive Living: The Greek Experience under the Euro” (with T. Pelagidis), Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy, 2007.
Toay holds an M.Phil. in economics from the New School for Social Research.