:: Employment History ::
Offices and Honors ::
Research :: Selected
Principal Publications ::
1954-56, U.S. Army, Counter-Intelligence Corps.
1958-63, research assistant and then associate, Harvard Business School.
1963-66, assistant professor, Princeton University.
1966-72, associate professor and then professor of economics, University of Michigan.
1972-74, senior research fellow, International Institute of Management, Science Center Berlin (WZB), Germany.
1974-76, director, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission.
1976-82, professor of economics, Northwestern University.
1982-89, professor and then Joseph Wharton professor of political economy, Swarthmore College.
1989-2000, professor and then Aetna professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. 1982-87, chair, Ph.D. committee. Member, University Research Policy committee.
1990, Census research fellow, American Statistical Association.
1994, visiting lecturer, Central European University.
1997, Arthur Andersen distinguished visitor, University of Cambridge.
2000, Ludwig Erhard visiting professor, University of Bayreuth.
2000-2005, lecturer, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University.
2004, 2006, visiting professor, Haverford College.
2006- , teaching as emeritus professor at Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Member, University Conflict of Interest Committee and Export Committee.
2009 visiting professor, Northeastern University.