David E. Bloom Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, 1976. Master of Arts in Economics, Princeton University, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics and Demography, Princeton University, 1981.
Assistant professor economics school urban public affairs Carnegie-Mellon University, 1980-1982. Assistant professor department economics Harvard University, 1982-1985, Paul Sack associate professor political economy, 1985-1987, visiting professor economics, 1987-1988. Professor economics Columbia University, New York City, since 1987, chairman department economics, since 1990.
Faculty research associate labor studies program and aging program National Bureau Economic Research, 1985. Chairman graduate admissions and finance aid committee department economics Columbia University, 1988-1989, Harvard University, 1983-1987. Member committee on academy quality Columbia University, 1988-1989, committee on pay equity, since 1990, committee on SIPA governance, 1991, Ad Hoc committee on fringe benefits, since 1991.
Consultant National Academy of Sciences, Shearson, Lehman, Hutton Equity Research Department, Xerox Corporation.
Member science advisory panel Alan Guttmacher Institute, since 1987. Member advisory board research on women and gender Columbia University, 1989, member subcommittee on sociomed. scis school public health, since 1989. Member Harvard University Center for Population Studies, 1984-1988.
Member Ad Hoc site review panel National Institute on Aging, 1984. Participant Emory University LEC Legal Institute for Economics, 1983, East-West Population Institute summer seminar, 1979. External reviewer department economics University Miami, 1990.
Member panel on education and utilization human factors specialists National Research Council, 1988-1990.
Married Lakshmi Bloom. Children: Sonali, Sahil.