David E. Bloom
Clarence James Gamble Professor of Economics and Demography
Harvard School of Public Health
1976, BSc in Industrial and Labour Relations, Cornell University; 1978, MA in Economics, Princeton University; 1981, PhD in Economics and Demography, Princeton University. Formerly: Assistant Professor of Economics, Carnegie-Mellon; Assistant and Associate Professor of Economics, Harvard; Professor and Chairman of Economics, Columbia. Chairman, Dept of Global Health & Population, HSPH. Currently: Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Faculty Research Associate, Labour Studies, Ageing, and Health Economics programmes, National Bureau of Economic Research. Director, Harvard Program on Global Demography of Aging. Member, Board of Trustees: amFAR; PSI; JSI. Co-Editor, Journal of the Economics of Population Ageing.