Goldman, Marshall I(rwin)

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GOLDMAN, Marshall I(rwin)

GOLDMAN, Marshall I(rwin). American, b. 1930. Genres: Economics, Environmental sciences/Ecology, Politics/Government. Career: Harvard University, Davis Center for Russian Studies, Cambridge, MA, associate, 1957-75, associate director, 1975-; Wellesley College, MA, instructor, 1958-60, assistant professor, 1961-65, associate professor, 1966-68, professor of economics, 1968-98. Publications: Soviet Marketing: Distribution in a Controlled Economy, 1963; Soviet Foreign Aid, 1967; The Soviet Economy: Myth and Reality, 1968; The Spoils of Progress: Environmental Pollution in the Soviet Union, 1972; Detente and Dollars: Doing Business with the Soviets, 1975; The Enigma of Soviet Petroleum: Half Full or Half Empty, 1980; The Soviet Union in Crisis: The Failure of an Economic System, 1983; Gorbachev's Challenge: Economic Reform in the Age of High Technology, 1987; What Went Wrong with Perestroika, 1991; Lost Opportunity: Why Economic Reforms in Russia Have Not Worked, 1994; The Privatization of Russia: Russian Reform Goes Awry, 2003. EDITOR: Comparative Economic Systems: Reader, 1964; Controlling Pollution: The Economics of a Cleaner America, 1967; Ecology and Economics: Controlling Pollution in the 70s, 1972. Address: 17 Midland Rd, Wellesley, MA 02481, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]