Frank, Charles R(aphael), (Jr.)

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FRANK, Charles R(aphael), (Jr.)

FRANK, Charles R(aphael), (Jr.). American, b. 1937. Genres: Economics, International relations/Current affairs. Career: Makerere University College, Kampala, Uganda, Lecturer, 1963-65; Yale University, New Haven, CT, Assistant Professor of Economics, 1965-67; Princeton University, NJ, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, 1967-74; Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, Sr. Fellow, 1972-74; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Washington, DC, 1974-78; Salomon Bros., Inc., NYC, Vice President, 1978-87; Frank and Co., Inc., President, 1987-88; G. E. Capital Corp, Stamford, CT, Vice President, 1988-97; European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London, England, First Vice-President, 1997-. Publications: The Sugar Industry in East Africa, 1965; (with Van Arkadie) Economic Accounting and Development Planning, 1966; Production Theory and Indivisible Commodities, 1969; Statistics and Econometrics, 1971; Foreign Trade Regimes and Economic Development: The Case of Korea, 1975; Foreign Trade and Domestic Aid, 1977. Address: 33 Pout St, London SW1X 0BB, England.

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