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Paul N. Rosenstein-Rodan, Polish educator. Recipient Commendatore dell’Ordine al Merito Republic of Italy, 1958, Comendador de la Orden del Libertador Republic of Venezuela, 1967, Accademia Tiberina, Rome, 1967; grand officer Order Merit Chilean Republic, 1970. Member panel experts Alliance for Progress, 1961-1966; Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences, Institute Social Studies.

Background

Rosenstein-Rodan, Paul N. was born on April 19, 1902 in Cracow, Poland. Son of Maximilian and Anna (Schragen) R.-Rosenstein-Rodan.

Education

Doctor rer. policy, U. Vienna.

Career

1 son, Gary N. Assistant U. Vienna, 1926-1929. Special lecturer department political economy University College, U. London, 1931-1936, reader, senior professor, 1936-1947, head department political economy, 1939-1947. Assistant director economics department, head economics advisory staff International Bank for Reconstrn. and Development, Washington, 1947-1953.

Senior staff member Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute Technology, Cambridge, 1953-1970, visiting professor economics, 1953-1959, professor, 1959-1970. Professor of University Texas at Austin, 1970. Professor economics, former director Center for Latin-American Development, Boston University.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Library of Economics Contributor articles to professional jours.

Membership

Member panel experts Alliance for Progress, 1961-1966. Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences, Institute Social Studies.

Connections

Married Margaret T. Rosenstein-Rodan, December 30, 1939.

father:
Maximilian R.-Rosenstein-Rodan

mother:
Anna (Schragen) R.-Rosenstein-Rodan

spouse:
Margaret T. Rosenstein-Rodan