Meyer, John R(obert)
MEYER, John R(obert)
MEYER, John R(obert). American, b. 1927. Genres: Economics, Transportation. Career: Professor of Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1959-68, 1973-97; President, National Bureau of Economic Research, NYC, 1967-77; Professor of Economics, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1968-73; Vice Chairman, Union Pacific Corp, 1982-83. Publications: (with E. Kuh) The Investment Decision, 1957; (with others) The Economics of Competition in the Transportation Industries, 1959; (with A. Conrad) The Economics of Slavery, 1964; (with Kain and Wohl) The Urban Transportation Problem, 1965; (with D. Farrar) Managerial Economics, 1970; (with M. Strasheim and others) Techniques of Transport Planning, 1971; (with J.M. Quigley) Local Public Finance and the Fiscal Squeeze, 1977; (with others) The Economics of Competition in the Telecommunications Industry, 1979; (with J.A. Gomez-Ibanez) Autos Transit and Cities, 1981; (with others) Airline Deregulation: The Early Experience, 1981; (with C.V. Oster Jr.) Deregulation and the New Airline Entrepreneurs, 1984; (with C.V Oster Jr.) Deregulation and the Future of Intercity Passenger Travel, 1987; (with J. Gomez-Ibanez) Going Private: The International Experience with Transport Privatization, 1993; (with others) Moving to Market: Restructuring Transport in the Former Soviet Union, 1996; (with others) Chile: The Political Economy of Urban Development, 2002. Address: Center for Business and Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A.