- Invention, Growth, and Welfare: A Theoretical Treatment of Technological Change (As technology continues to expand and to envelop the ever...)
William Dawbney Nordhaus Edit Profile
Bachelor, Yale University, 1963. Master of Arts honorary, Yale University, 1973. Certified, Institute d'Etudes Politiques, Paris, 1962.
Doctor of Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967.
Assistant professor economics Yale University, New Haven, 1967-1970, associate professor, 1970-1973, professor, since 1973, provost, 1986-1988. Member Council Economic Advisers, Washington, 1977-1979. Member, senior advisor Brookings Panel on Economic Activity, Washington, since 1972.
Member advisory committee National Aeronautics and Space Administration, since 1982. Co-chairman Center National Policy Economic Policy Program, since 1982.
Invention, Growth, and Welfare: A Theoretical Treatment of Technological Change
(As technology continues to expand and to envelop the ever...)
- Efficient Use of Energy Resources (Cowles Foundation Monograph Series)
- Invention, Growth, and Welfare: A Theoretical Treatment of Technological Change
Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, Econometric Society, member National Academy of Sciences (carbon dioxide assessment committee 1983, greenhouse warming policy committee 1990, Research and Development strategies committee 1989), Social Science Research Council (committee growth and stability, committee human aspects global change), American Economic Association (executive committee), Eastern Economic Association (executive committee).
Married Barbara Feise, June, 1964. Children: Jeffrey, Monica, Rebecca.