Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1967.
Assistant professor Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1966-1970. Associate professor Indiana University, Bloomington, 1970-1973, professor, 1976-1978, Rudy professor economics, 1983—2006, emeritus. Senior staff economist Council Economic Advisors, Washington, 1973-1976.
Division chief research department International Monetary Fund, 1978-1983. Robert Bendheim professor economic and finance policy Fordham University, New York City, 2000—2003. Economic program director National Science Foundation, Arlington, Virginia, 2006—2008.
Project director American Council Life Insurance, Washington, 1976—1978. Senior advisor Brookings Institution, Washington, 1978—1990. Visiting senior economist planning and analysis staff Department State, Washington, 1989—1990.
Bissell-Fulbright visiting professor Canada-American relations University Toronto, 1994—1995.
Contributing author, editor: The Government and Capital Formation, 1980, Capital, Efficiency and Growth, 1980, Acting Under Uncertainty: Multidisciplinary Conceptions, 1990, Regulation and Supervision of Financial Institutions in the North American Free Trade Agreement Countries and Beyond, 1997. Editor: International Money and Credit: The Policy Roles, 1983. Co-author: Learning from the World's Best Central Bankers, 1998.Co-editor: Monetary Unions and Hard Pegs: Effects on Trade, Financial Development, and Stability, 2004. Associate editor: Review Economics and Statistics, 1987-1992, Open Economics Review, 1997—2007, Journal Economic Asymmetries, since 2004. Contributor articles to professional journals.
Member of American Economic Association, North America Economics and Finance Association (president 2000).
Married Gabrielle M. Koblitz von Willmburg, June 9, 1967. 1 child Philip G.