Bachelor, University Colorado, 1964. Master of Arts, Yale University, 1965. Master of Philosophy, Yale University, 1967.
Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1968.
Assistant professor economics Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1968-1969, Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1969-1971. Special assistant antitrust division Department Justice, Washington, 1971-1972. Associate professor George Washington University, 1972-1974.
Assistant director Council Wage and Price Stability, 1974-1975. Executive director National Commission Supplies and Shortages, 1975-1977. Economist, research program director Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, California, 1977-1979, 81.
Member President's Council Advisors, Washington, 1979-1981. Professor School Public Affairs, University Maryland, College Park, 1981-1985, dean School Public Affairs, 1985-1986. Vice president, chief economist General Motors, 1986-1995.
Vice president CRA International, Washington, 1995—2007, senior consultant, since 2008. Member committee on consequences on uninsurance Institute Medicine, 2000—2004. Lead consultant sustainable mobility project World Business Council Sustainable Development, 2002—2004.
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Member American Economics Association.
Married Margaret Helen Hall, November 17, 1973. Children: Geoffrey Thomas, Katherine Elizabeth.