Blinder, Alan S(tuart)

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BLINDER, Alan S(tuart).

BLINDER, Alan S(tuart). American, b. 1945. Genres: Economics. Career: Rider College, Trenton, NJ, instructor in finance, 1968-69; Boston State College, instructor in economics, 1969; Princeton University, NJ, assistant professor, 1971-76, associate professor, 1976-79, professor, 1979-82, Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics, 1982-. Columnist for Boston Globe, 1981-85, and Business Week, 1985-92. Council of Economic Advisers, 1993-94; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, vice chairman, 1994-96; The G7 Group, vice chairman, 1997-; Promontory Financial Group, partner, 2000-. Publications: (co-author) The Economics of Public Finance, 1974; Toward an Economic Theory of Income Distribution. 1974; (co-author) Economics: Principles and Policy, 1979, rev. ed., 1994; Economic Policy and the Great Stagflation, 1979: The Truce in the War on Poverty: Where Do We Go from Here?, 1982; Macroeconomics, Income Distribution and Poverty, 1986; Macroeconomics, 1986; Microeconomics, 1986; Hard Heads, Soft Hearts, 1987; Macroeconomics under Debate. 1989; Inventory Theory and Consumer Behavior, 1990; Central Banking in Theory and Practice, 1998; (co-author) Asking about Prices, 1998; (co-author) The Fabulous Decade: Macroeconomic Lessons from the 1990s, 2001; (co-author) How Do Central Banks Talk?, 2001; (co-author) Downsizing in America, 2003. EDITOR: (co) Natural Resources, Uncertainty and General Equilibrium Systems: Essays in Memory of Rafael Lusky, 1977; Paying for Productivity, 1990. Address: Department of Economics, Princeton University, 105 Fisher Hall, Princeton, NJ 08544-1021, U.S.A.