Fisher, Franklin M.
FISHER, Franklin M.
FISHER, Franklin M. American, b. 1934. Genres: Economics. Career: University of Chicago, Assistant Professor of Economics, 1959-60; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Assistant Professor, 1960-62, Associate Professor, 1962-65, Professor of Economics, 1965-, Jane Berkowitz Carlton and Dennis William Carlton Professor of Economics, 2000-. Journal of the American Statistical Association, Associate Ed.; Review of Economic Studies, American Ed., 1965-68; Econometrica, Ed., 1968-77. Publications: A Priori Information and Time Series Analysis, 1962; A Study in Econometrics: The Demand for Electricity in the United States, 1962; (with A. Ando and H.A. Simon) Essays on the Structure of Social Science Models, 1963; Supply and Costs in the United States Petroleum Industry, 1964; The Identification Problem in Econometrics, 1966; (with K. Shell) The Economic Theory of Price Indices, 1972; (with J. McGowan and J. Greenwood) Folded, Spindled, and Mutilated, 1983; (with R. Mancke and J. McKie) IBM and the U.S. Data Processing Industry, 1983; Disequilibrium Foundations of Equilibrium Economics, 1983; (ed.) Antitrust and Regulation: Essays in Memory of John J. McGowan, 1985; Industrial Organization, Economics and the Law, 1990; Econometrics: Essays in Theory and Applications, 1991; Aggregation: Aggregate Production Functions and Related Topics, 1992; (with K. Shell) The Economic Theory of Production Price Indexes, 1997; Microeconomics Essays in Theory and Applications: Collected Papers of Franklin M. Fisher, 1999; (with others) Did Microsoft Harm Consumers?, 2000. Address: Dept. of Economics, E52-359, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]