Linowes, David Francis
LINOWES, David Francis
LINOWES, David Francis. American, b. 1917. Genres: Administration/Management, Economics. Career: Boeschenstein Professor of Political Economy and Public Policy, University of Illinois, Urbana, 1976- (Distinguished Arthur Young Visiting Professor, 1973-74). Sr. Adviser, Institute of Government and Public Affairs. Member, Advisory Board, Office of Arms Control, Defense and International Security. Director, Chris-Craft Industries Inc., Saturday Review/World Magazine Inc., and Work in America Institute Inc. Consulting Founding Partner, Leopold and Linowes (now BDO Seidman), Washington, D.C., 1946-82; Chairman, U.S. Privacy Protection Commission, 1975-77; Chairman, Federal Commission on Fiscal Accountability of Nation's Energy Resources, 1981-82; Chairman, President's Commission on Privatization, 1988-89. Publications: Managing Growth through Acquisition, 1968; Strategies for Survival, 1973; The Corporate Conscience, 1974; Personal Privacy in an Information Society, 1977; (ed.) Impact of the Communication and Computer Revolution on Society, 1986; Socioeconomical Management, 1986; Privacy in America, 1989; Creating Public Policy: The Chairman's Memoirs of Four Presidential Commissions, 2000; The Most Productive Generation in History, 1946-1996. Address: 120 SE 5th Ave, Boca Raton, FL 33432, U.S.A.