MA in Economics, University of Ottawa. Economist specializing in public policy analysis and strategic planning. 1976-94, Executive Director, Hudson Institute, Canada; 1980-85, hosted weekly economics television show, broadcast in Canada and US; 1994, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, US, directed Hudson's Europe and the World study; worked on studies of economic development in Algeria, Morocco, France and Mexico. President, Museum of Modern Art, New York. Member, Board of Trustees: Hudson Institute; Robin Hood Foundation. Member, Board of Overseers and Board of Managers, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Member, International Advisory Committee, Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Co-Author: Canada Has a Future (1978); Western European Adjustment to Structural Economic Problems (1986). Honorary doctorate in Law, University of Windsor and Laurentian University. Recipient of awards: Officer of the Order of Canada (1983); Chevalier of French Légion d'Honneur (2005).