Absolutorium (Chem. Engineering), Technical University, Budapest, 1946. Master of Science (Chem. Engineering) Doctor of Philosophy Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 1948, 1956.
Association Director, Economics Dev-
elopment Training Program, United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America, 1957-1960. Research Staff Member, T. J. Watson Research Center, IBM Corporation, 1961-1963. Visiting Professor, University Cornell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 1970-1981.
Professor of Economics, New School Social Research, New York City, since 1970.
Methods of strategic planning: industrial planning (chemical industries, engineering industries). Regional planning (Third World countries, metropolitan areas). Mathematical planning models (linear and integer programming, simulation).
Political economy of development and planning in industrially advanced countries, Third World areas, and socialist economies.