Research on cost-benefit analysis, public finance and inflation theory but best known for his econometric models of the United States economy, regularly employed for forecasting the effects of particular economic policies. He appeared frequently before Congressional committees to testify on economic questions. Technical Director, Joint Economics Committee, United States Congress, 1959-1960.
Paul M. Warburg Professor of Economics, Harvard University, 1963-1984. Member, United States President's Council Economics Advisers, 1964-1966. President, Data Resources Incorporated, Lexington, Massachusetts, United States of America, 1972-1984.
- Water-Resource Development: The Economics of Project Evaluation (Harvard Economic Studies)
- Book by Eckstein, Otto