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David S. LANDES

economist

David S. LANDES, economist in the field of European Economic History.

Background

LANDES, David S. was born in 1924 in New York City, New York, United States of America.

Education

Social Studies, Harvard University, 1964-1972, 1972-1975,

81, since 1977, since 1981. Overseas Fellow, Churchill College Cambridge, 1968-1969. Professeur Associé, University Paris-IV,

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Visiting Professor, University Zürich and Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich, 1978.

Degrees Bachelor of Arts City College, New York, 1942. Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy Harvard University, 1943, 1953. Dr h.c. University de Lille, 1973.

Career

Junior Fellow, Society Fellow, Harvard University, 1950-1953. Assistant Professor, Association Professor of Economics, Columbia University,

5, 1955-1958. Professor Hist, and Economics, University California Berkeley, 1958-1964.

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Williams Professor Hist, and Political Science, Robert Walton Goelet Professor French History, Professor of Economics, Chairman, Faculty Committee. Coolidge Professor History, Professor of Economics, Harvard University, since 1981. Board of Syndics., Harvard University Press, 1980-1983.

Editorial Boards, Kyklos, Journal of Economic History, J. Social Hist, J. Interdisciplinary Hist, Technology and History.

Achievements

  • Fellow, Center Advanced Study Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, 1957-1958. Research Fellow, Rockefeller Foundation and United States Social Science Research Council, United Kingdom or United States of America, 1960-1961. Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, British Academy, Royal History Society.

    Member, National Academy Sciences, American Philosophy Society. Membre Associé, Fondation Royaumont pour le Progrès des Sciences de l’Homme. Member, Economie History Association, USA, British Economics History Society, Society French History Studies, Société d’Histoire Modèrne.

    President, Council Research Economics History, 1963-1966. Director, Center Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University, 1966-1968;

    Acting Director, Center West European Studies, Harvard University, 1969-1970. President, Economie History Association, USA,

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