Robert M. COEN, economist in the field of Econometric Models; National Taxation. Member, Econometric Society, National Tax Association, USA; Brookings Institute, Institution Research Fellow,
1964-1965; Executive Committee, National Bureau of Economie Research, New York, New York, United States of America Conference Research Income and Wealth, 1973-1976.
COEN, Robert M. was born in 1939 in Columbus, Ohio, United States of America.
Bachelor of Arts Harvard University, 1961. Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy Northwestern University, 1964,
Assistant Professor of Economics, Stanford University, 1965-1971. Association Professor of Economics, Northwestern University, 1971-1975. Visiting Association Professor of Economics, University Massachusetts, 1974.
Visiting Lector, Institute, Institution Advanced Studies, Vienna, 1975, 1977, 1982. Research Scholar, International Institute, Institution Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 1979-1980. Professor of Economics, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, United States of America,
Empirical study of the effects of taxation on capital formation. Determination of average service lives and depreciation patterns
of plant and equipment. Evaluations of tax depreciation policy.
Construction of a medium-term econometric model of the United States to study potential and actual growth over a 10-12 year horizon.