Michael J. GREENWOOD, economist in the field of Labour Mobility. Member, American Statistical Association, WE A, Regional Science Association, USA, Western Regional Science Association, United States of America, Pennsylvania A; Arizona State University Graduate College, Distinguished Research Professor, 1977-1978.
GREENWOOD, Michael J. was born in 1939 in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America.
Bachelor of Science DePaul University, 1962. Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy Northwestern University, 1965, 1967.
Association Professor of Economics, Kansas State University, 1965-1973. Brookings Economics Policy Fellow, 1971-1972. Professor of Economics, Arizona State University, 1973-1980.
Senior Research Economics, Economics Development Administration, United States Department Commerce, 1977. Professor of Economics, Director, Center Economics Analysis, University Colorado,
1980-. Association Editor, Review of Social Economy.,
Journal of Regional Science, since 1977.
Assessment of the magnitudes of various influences on inter-regional migration to determine the impacts of origin and destination regions, and to explain intra-urban location patterns of employment, housing and labor force. Other work has focussed on the determinants and consequences of international migration.