Wilson, George Wilton
WILSON, George Wilton
WILSON, George Wilton. American (born Canada), b. 1928. Genres: Poetry, Business/Trade/Industry, Economics, Sociology, Transportation, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Middlebury College, VT, asst professor of economics, 1955-57; Indiana University School of Business, Bloomington, Distinguished Professor of Business Administration and professor of economics, 1966-92, chairman, Dept of Economics, 1966-70, dean, College of Arts and Sciences, 1970-73, director of Transportation Research Center, 1990-92, professor emeritus, 1992-. Publications: Output and Employment Relations, 1957; (with Bass) Mathematical Models and Methods in Marketing, 1961; Essays on Some Unsettled Questions in the Economics of Transportation, 1962; (ed.) Classics of Economic Theory, 1964; (with Gordon, Judek and Breton) Canada: An Appraisal of Its Needs and Resources, 1965; (with Will- bern and Breneman) Growth and Change at Indiana University, 1966; (with Bergman, Hirsch, and Klein) The Impact of Highway Investment on Development, 1966; (with others) Tripartite Economic Survey of the Eastern Caribbean, 1967; (with others) Asian Drama, 1968; (with Darby) Transportation on the Prairies, 1968; (ed. and contrib. with Gehrels and Oliver) Essays in Economic Analysis Policy, 1970; (ed. and contrib.) Technological Development and Economic Growth, 1972; (with A.D. Little) Southeast Asian Regional Transportation Survey, 1972; (with Banks, Menzies, and Ross) Rail Freight Rates and the Future Development of Western Canada, 1974; (with Orr and the staff of SEA-TAC) Regional Transport Survey for the Khmer Republic, the Kingdom of Laos and the Republic of Vietnam, 1975; Economic Analysis of Intercity Freight Transportation, 1980; Inflation, 1982; US Intercity Passenger Policy, 1930-1991, 1992; Life Lines (poems), 2002. Address: 107 Butternut Ridge Dr, Middlebury, VT 05753-9058, U.S.A.