Professor Iwan Azis of Cornell University and University of Indonesia has addressed topics of macroeconomic and financial modeling, here economy-wide impact analysis, and regional economic modeling. His recent publications deal with policy analysis in a financial crisis situation; the dynamics of debt management; modeling the impact of asymmetric information on monetary policy; and the role of international financial institutions. Prof. Azis has conducted research and consulting work for various international organizations. He teaches macroeconomics and international trade, and the economics of financial crisis at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University. He also teaches planning and policy analysis at the regional science program in the same university.