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Ronard Leslie TEIGEN

Ronard Leslie TEIGEN, economist. Ford Foundation Faculty Research Fellow, University Michigan, 1965-1966; Fellow, Econometric Society.

Background

  • TEIGEN, Ronard Leslie was born in 1931 in Kenyon, Minnesota, United States of America.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Business Administration, Master of Arts University Minnesota, 1952, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 1962.

    Career

    • Wrote on monetary and macroeconomic theory. Market Research Analyst, General Electric Company, Indiana, 1956-1958. Assistant Professor, Association Professor, Professor of Economics, University Michigan, 1962-1972, 1972-1984.

      Visiting Professor, Norwegian School Economics and Business Administration, Bergen, 1969-1984. Consultant, Committee Nobel Prize in Economics, Stockholm, 1970. Research Fellow, Institute, Institution Intematational Economics Studies, University Stockholm, 1970-1984.

      Department Assistant Director, Fiscal Analysis, United States Congressional Budget Office, 1975-1976. Association Editor, Journal of Finance, 72.

    Major achievements

    • Ford Foundation Faculty Research Fellow, University Michigan, 1965-1966. Fellow, Econometric Society.
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    Died 1984
    (aged 53)