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Blanchard, Olivier Jean

BLANCHARD, Olivier Jean.

BLANCHARD, Olivier Jean. French, b. 1948. Genres: Economics. Career: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, instructor in economics, 1977; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, assistant professor, 1977-81, associate professor of economics, 1981-83; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, associate professor, 1983-85, professor of economics, 1985-. Visiting professor at Universite de Paris I, 1983, and Columbia University, 1987; London School of Economics and Political Science, academic visitor, 1986; National Bureau of Economic Research, research associate, 1979-; Center for Economic Performance, research associate and member of advisory board, 1992-. Publications: (with R. Dornbusch and R. Layard) Restoring Europe's Prosperity: Macroeconomic Papers From the Centre for European Policy Studies, 1986; (with S. Fischer) Lectures on Macroeconomics, 1989; World Imbalances, 1989; Reform in Eastern Europe, 1991; La desinflation competitive, le mark et les politiques budgetaires en Europe, 1991, trans. as Competitive Disinflation, the Mark, and Fiscal Policies in Europe, 1992; East-West Migration, 1992; (ed. with K. Froot and J. Sachs) The Transition in Eastern Europe, 1993. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to economic and political studies journals. Address: Department of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, U.S.A.

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