Professional History


Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Professor of Economics 1996 - Present

Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences 1996 - 2002


New York University

Director, Institute for Economic Analysis 1985 - 1996

Associate Director, Institute for Economic Analysis 1981 - 1985

Senior Research Scientist, Institute for Economic Analysis 1980 - 1996

Associate Research Scientist, Institute for Economic Analysis 1977 - 1980

Research Professor, Wagner School of Public Service 1986 - 1996

Associate Professor, Wagner School of Public Service 1984 - 1986


Mathematica, Inc., Princeton, N.J.

Economist 1974 – 1977

 

Education


Ph.D., Computer Science, University of California at Berkeley, Dec. 1973

M.A., Computer Science, University of California at Berkeley, June 1972

Study at the Universities of Grenoble and Paris 1965-1969

B.A. with Honors in Experimental Psychology, Cornell University, June 1965

 

Awards and Fellowships


Boutros Boutros-Ghali Scholar for Europe/North America, 1994 - 95, for contributions in the area of global economic development and the environment.

Fellow at the United Nations University, Tokyo, 1994 - .

AT&T Fellow in Industrial Ecology, 1993 - 94 and 1994 - 95.