London, United Kingdom
Harris received a Bachelor of Arts degree from London University in 1960.
Berkeley, California, United States
Harris was given a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of California in 1966.
Harris received a Bachelor of Arts degree from London University in 1960. Six years later he was given a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of California.
Harris began his career as an assistant professor at the University of Illinois in 1965. Two years later he took a position of an assistant professor at Northwestern University. Then in 1968, Donald was appointed an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin. In 1972, he became a professor of economics at Stanford University and had held it until his retirement as a professor of economics emeritus at the same university. Also Harris served as a director of Consortium Graduate School of Social Science from 1986 to 1987.
In addition, he has travelled widely, doing research, consulting, giving seminars and invited lectures in the Caribbean, Canada, England, Holland, France, Italy, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand. Also Donald is a consultant to international agencies, governments and private foundations.