Bachelor in Economics summa cum laude, University of Minnesota, 1963; Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967.
Labor economist, United States Bureau Labor Statistics, Washington, 1967-1968;
lecturer, U. Maryland., College Park, 1968;
assistant to vice president state relations and planning, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1968-1970;
various teacher positions, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1968-1985;
co-research director, University of Michigan Institute of Labor and Industrial Rels., Ann Arbor, 1973-1980;
director, University of Michigan Institute of Labor and Industrial Rels., Ann Arbor, 1980-1993;
consultant, Corporation Public Broadcasting, 1994-1997;
visiting professor industrial relations center, University of Minnesota, 1994-1996;
president, Employment Research Corporation, Ann Arbor, since 1997. Consultant unites states department Labor, since 1995, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, since 1996, Money Magazine, since 1995, Mich.Senate Fiscal Agency, Lansing, 1988. Project director various projects Washington, 1968-1992.
Expert witness discrimination and economics various clients, since 1982.
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President Jewish Community Center, Ann Arbor, 1991-1993. Member National Association Forensic Economists, Industrial Rels. Research Association (member statistics committee since 1988), International Industrial Rels.
Association, North America Economics and Finance Association.
Married Judith Ann Arenson, September 25, 1965. Children: Laura, Randall, Ilona.