Lucas, Robert Emerson, Jr. 1937-
LUCAS, Robert Emerson, Jr. 1937-
PERSONAL: Born September 15, 1937, in Yakima, WA; son of Robert Emerson and Jane (Templeton) Lucas; married Rita Cohen, 1959; children: Stephen, Joseph. Education: University of Chicago, B.A., 1959, Ph.D., 1964.
CAREER: University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, lecturer in economics, 1962-63; Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, assistant professor, 1963-67, associate professor, 1967-70, professor of economics, 1970-74; University of Chicago, Ford Foundation visiting research professor, 1974-75, professor of economics and vice chair of department, beginning 1975, John Dewey Distinguished Service Professor of Economics, beginning 1980. Northwestern University, visiting professor, 1981-82; Cambridge University, Marshall Lecturer.
AWARDS, HONORS: Guggenheim fellowship, 1981-82; Nobel Prize in Economics, 1995.
(Editor, with Thomas J. Sargent) Rational Expectations and Econometric Practice, University of Minnesota Press (Minneapolis, MN), 1981.
Studies in Business-Cycle Theory, MIT Press (Cambridge, MA), 1981.
Lectures on Economic Growth, Harvard University Press (Cambridge, MA), 2003.
Editor, Journal of Political Economy; associate editor, Journal of Economic Theory and Journal of Monetary Economics.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
New York Review, March 13, 2003, Robert Sidelsky, review of Lectures on Economic Growth, p. 28.*
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