Dean Emeritus and Howard W. Johnson Professor of Economics and Management
MIT - Sloan School of Management
MIT: 1965, SB degree in Econ., Politics and Science; 1970, PhD in Econ. Former, Assoc. Professor, Univ. of California, San Diego. Visiting Professor: Harvard Univ.; Univ. of Louvain. Consultant with: Antitrust Div., US Department of Justice; US Federal Trade Commission; National Economic Research Associates. 1977, joined MIT Faculty: formerly, Director, Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research; 1996-1998, Deputy Dean; 1998, Dean, Sloan School of Management. Director, Int'l Securities Exchange. Member, Int'l Academy of Management. Fellow: Econometric Society; American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research. Former Member: President Bush's Council of Economic Advisers; Executive Cttee, American Economic Association. Author.