Brewer, Garry D(wight)
BREWER, Garry D(wight)
BREWER, Garry D(wight). American, b. 1941. Genres: Politics/Government, Sociology, Environmental sciences/Ecology, Business/Trade/Industry. Career: RAND Corp., Santa Monica California, member, Sr. Staff, 1970-74; Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California, 1974-75; Yale University, New Haven, associate professor, 1975-78, professor, 1978-84, Frederick K. Weyerhaeuser Professor, 1984-90, Edwin W. Davis Professor, 1990-91; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, professor and Dean of School of Natural Resources and Environment, 1991-95; Frederick A. Erb Environmental Management Institute, director, 1996-. Publications: (with Ronald D. Brunner) Organized Complexity: Empirical Theories of Political Development, 1971; Politicians, Bureaucrats and the Consultant: A Critique of Urban Problem-Solving, 1973; (ed. with Brunner and Contributor) Political Development and Change: A Policy Approach, 1974; (with J. Kakalik) Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services, 1976; (with M. Shubik) The War Game: A Critique of Military Problem Solving, 1979 (with J. Kakalik) Handicapped Children: Strategies for Improving Services, 1979; (with P. de Leon) The Foundations of Policy Analysis, 1983; (with M. Greenberger and others) Caught Unawares: The Energy Decade in Retrospect, 1983. Address: University of Michigan, Dana Building, 430 E. University, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1115, U.S.A.