Klemperer, Paul (David) 1956-
KLEMPERER, Paul (David) 1956-
Born August 15, 1956; son of Hugh G. and Ruth M. M. (Jordan) Klemperer; married Margaret Meyer, 1989; children: two sons, one daughter. Education: Peterhouse College, Cambridge, B.A. (with first class honors), 1978; Stanford University, M.B.A., 1982, Ph.D. (economics), 1986.
Educator and author. Arthur Andersen and Co., senior consultant, 1978-80; Oxford University, Oxford, England, lecturer in operations research and mathematical economics, 1985-90, reader, 1990-95, Edgeworth Professor of Economics and fellow of Nuffield College, 1995—, John Thomson fellow and tutor at St. Catherine's College, 1985-95. Visiting professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1987, University of California, Berkeley, 1991 and 1993, Stanford University, 1991 and 1993, Yale University, 1994, and Princeton University, 1998. Consultant to U.S. Federal Trade Commission, Office of Fair Trading, British National Audit Office, and to private firms.
British Academy (fellow), Econometric Society (fellow).
Harkness fellow, Commonwealth Fund, 1980-82.
The Economic Theory of Auctions, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2000.
Auctions: Theory and Practice (Toulouse Lecture in Economics), Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ), 2003.
Editor, RAND Journal of Economics, 1993-99; member of editorial staff, Review of Economic Studies, 1989-97, Journal of Industrial Economics, 1989-96, Oxford Economic Papers, 1986-2000, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 1993—, European Economic Review, 1997—, Review of Economic Design, 1997-2000, Economic Policy, 1998-99, Economic Journal, 2000—, Frontiers in Economics, 2000—, and B. E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 2001—.