BRENNER, Reuven. Canadian/Israeli (born Romania), b. 1947. Genres: History, Law, Money/Finance, Politics/Government, Social sciences. Career: Bank of Israel, Jerusalem, economist, 1974-75; University of Chicago, IL, post-doctoral fellow and lecturer in department of economics, 1977-79; New York University, NYC, instructor in economics, 1979-80; McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada, assistant professor of economics, 1980-82, Repap Chair of Economics in the School of Management, 1991-; Universite de Montreal, assistant professor, 1982-84, associate professor, 1984-89, professor of economics, 1989-91. Consultant; public speaker at conferences. Publications: History-The Human Gamble, 1983; Betting on Ideas: Wars, Invention, Inflation, 1985; Rivalry: In Business, Science, among Nations, 1987; (with G.A. Brenner) Gambling and Speculation: A Theory, a History, and a Future of Some Human Decisions, 1990, 1993; (ed. with D. Colander) Educating Economists, 1992; Labyrinths of Prosperity, 1993; The Financial Century, 2001; Forces of Finance, 2002.