Cooper, Richard Newell
COOPER, Richard Newell
COOPER, Richard Newell. American, b. 1934. Genres: Economics, International relations/Current affairs. Career: Yale University, New Haven, CT, Assistant Professor, 1963-65, Frank Altschul Professor of Economics, 1966-77, Provost, 1972-74; U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, 1965-66, and Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, 1977-81; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Boas Professor of International Economics, 1981-. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Chairman, 1990-92; National Intelligence Council, Chairman, 1995-97. Publications: The Economics of Interdependence, 1968; (with others) Britain's Economic Prospects, 1968; Currency Devaluation in Developing Countries, 1971; (with M. Kaji and C. Segre) Toward a Renovated International Monetary System, 1973; Economic Mobility and National Economic Policy, 1974; (with K. Kaiser and M. Kosaka) Towards a Renovated International System, 1977; Economic Policy in an Independent World, 1986; The International Monetary System, 1987; (with others) Can Nations Agree?, 1989; Economic Stabilization and Debt in Developing Countries, 1992; (with others) Boom, Crisis, and Adjustment, 1993; Environment and Resource Policies for the World Economy, 1994; (with others) Macroeconomic Policy and Adjustment in Korea, 1994; (with others) What the Future Holds, 2002. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: A Reordered World: Emerging International Economic Problems, 1973; The International Monetary System under Flexible Exchange Rates, 1982. Address: Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A.