Lindbeck, (K.) Assar (E.)

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LINDBECK, (K.) Assar (E.)

LINDBECK, (K.) Assar (E.). Swedish, b. 1930. Genres: Economics. Career: University of Stockholm, lecturer, 1959-60, Reader, 1962-63, Acting Professor of Economics, 1963-, Director of Institute for International Economic Studies, 1971-95, Professor of International Economics, 1995-. Chairman, Selection Committee for the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, Swedish Council for Economic Planning. Part-time Employee, 1953-54, and Member of Economic Secretariat, 1955-56, Treasury Dept., Stockholm; Rockefeller Foundation Fellow, Yale University, New Haven, CT, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, DC, and University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1957-59; Professor of Economics, Stockholm School of Economics, 1964-71; Wesley Clair Mitchell Research Professor, Columbia University, NYC, 1968-69; Ford Rotating Research Professor, University of California at Berkeley, 1969; Irving Fisher Visiting Professor, Yale University, 1976-77; Visiting scholar, Stanford University, 1977, Simon Fraser University, 1980, and Singapore University, 1987. Expert, Swedish Dept. of Domestic Affairs, 1964-66; Economic Adviser, Swedish Central Bank, 1964-68, 1971-73. Publications: The "New" Theory of Credit Control in the United States: An Interpretation and Elaboration, 1959; A Study of Monetary Analysis, 1963; Monetary-Fiscal Analysis and General Equilibrium, 1967; (with Gulbrandsen) The Economics of the Agriculture Sector, 1971; The Political Economy of the New Left: An Outsider's View, 1971; Swedish Economic Policy, 1972; Inflation: Global, International and National Aspects, 1980; (with Snower) The Insider-Outsider Theory of Employment and Unemployment, 1988; Unemployment and Macroeconomics, 1993; The Swedish Experiment, 1997. Address: Ostermalmsgatan 50, S-11426 Stockholm, Sweden. Online address: [email protected]