Curriculum Vitae


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Personal Data:
Born: 1 June 1930, Budapest, Hungary 

Educational Background: 

B.A. (1952) Princeton University
M.A. (1955) Harvard University
Ph.D. (1957) Harvard University. 


Guggenheim Fellowship, 1958-59 
McCosh Faculty Fellowship, 1964 
Ford Foundation Research Fellowship, 1967 
Elected Fellow of the Econometric Society, 1968 
National Science Foundation Senior Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1971-72 
Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics, 1976-95 
Elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association, 1979 
Elected Member of the American Philosophical Society, 1991             
Honorary Doctorate of Economics from Budapest University of Economic Sciences, 1991
Gold Medal of Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, 1991
Merit Citation, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, 1991
Elected Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1993
Honorary Doctorate of Economics, Kossuth Lajos University, Debrecen, Hungary, 1994
Honorary Doctorate of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural University, Gödöllö, Hungary, 1995
Medal of Merit, Copernicus University, Torun, Poland, 1995
Honorary Doctorate of Economics, Comenius University, Slovakia, 1996
Honorary Doctorate of Laws, Queens University, Canada, 1996
Order of Merit, Government of Hungary, 1997
Medal Merentibus, Jagiellonian University, 1998
George Washington Award, American-Hungarian Foundation, 2001
Karel Englis Medal, Czech Academy of Science, 2002

Positions Held: 

Assistant Professor of Economics, Princeton University, 1956-59 
Associate Professor of Economics, Princeton University, 1959-64 
Professor of Economics, Princeton University, 1964-95  
Chairman, Department of Economics, Princeton University, 1968-71, 1985-88 
Director of Graduate Studies, Dept.of Economics, Princeton University, 1973-80 
Visiting Professor, Birkbeck College, University of London, 1981 
Director, Financial Research Center,Princeton University, 1982-95 
Senior Advisor to Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 1989-
Senior Research Scholar, Princeton University, 1995-
Executive Editor, Oxford University Press, 2001-

Professional Activities:
Associate Editor for:

Applied Economics, 1973- 
Environment and Planning, 1973-79 
Journal of Regional Science, 1973-77
Transportation Research, 1973-80 
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 1974-80 
Econometrica, 1975-80 
Bell Journal of Economics, 1976-83 
Review of Economics and Statistics, 1977-92
Journal of Comparative Economics, 1988-91 
Empirica-Austrian Journal of Economics, 1988-91
Member of:

Sloan Panel for Basic Economic Fellowships, 1980-85
Census Advisory Committee of the American Economic Association, 1982-85
Chairman, Census Advisory Committee of the American Economic Association, 1983-84 
Council of the Econometric Society, 1984-88 
International Relations Committee, American Statistical Association, 1992-95
Expert Advisory Board, Foundation for a Civil Society, 1992-96
AER Committee on US/USSR Exchanges, 1990-92
Advisory Committee, Pew Freedom Fellows Program of the Pew Charitable Trusts, 1991-96 
Board of Trustees, Corvina Foundation, 1993-
Council of Governors, Macroeconomic and Financial Data Centre, Gdansk, 1998-
Board of Trustees, CERGE-EI Foundation, 2002-05 
Chairman of the Board of CERGE-EI Foundation,2004-05

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