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艾伦·布林德(Alan Stuart Blinder)
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艾倫·布林德(Alan Stuart Blinder)

艾倫·布林德(Alan Stuart Blinder),也譯為“阿蘭·布林德”

目錄

  • 1 艾倫·布林德簡介
  • 2 ALAN S. BLINDER
  • 3 Educational Background
  • 4 Government Service
  • 5 Important works

艾倫·布林德簡介

  艾倫·布林德(Alan Stuart Blinder)(生於1945年10月14號)美國的經濟學家。前聯邦儲備委員會副主席,普林斯頓大學經濟學教授,是克裡的另一重要幕僚。他曾在年初達沃斯年會上稱“美元進一步貶值不可避免”,引起與會人士大嘩;他也是經濟周期理論的大家,認為金融政策的目標不應只盯著通貨膨脹,還應包括失業率和增長速度,這與美聯儲主席格林斯潘的觀點明顯不一致——因此他任18個月的副主席後於1994年辭職。

ALAN S. BLINDER

  ALAN S. BLINDER is the Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University

and Co-Director of Princeton’s Center for Economic Policy Studies, which he founded in 1990. He is also Vice Chairman of the Promontory Interfinancial Network. Alan Blinder

  Dr. Blinder served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System from June 1994 until January 1996. In this position, he represented the Fed at various international meetings, and was a member of the Board's committees on Bank Supervision and Regulation, Consumer and Community Affairs, and Derivative Instruments. He also chaired the Board in the Chairman's absence. He speaks frequently to financial

audiences.

  Before becoming a member of the Board, Dr. Blinder served as a Member of President Clinton's original Council of Economic Advisers from January 1993 until June 1994. There he was in charge of the Administration's macroeconomic forecasting and also worked intensively on budget, international trade, and health care issues. During the 2000 and 2004 presidential campaigns, he was an economic adviser to Al Gore and John Kerry. He also served briefly as Deputy Assistant Director of the Congressional Budget Office when that agency started in 1975, and testifies frequently before Congress on a wide variety of public policy issues.

  Dr. Blinder was born on October 14, 1945, in Brooklyn, New York. He earned his A.B. at Princeton University in 1967, M.Sc. at London School of Economics in 1968, and Ph.D. at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1971–all in economics. Dr. Blinder has taught at Princeton since 1971, and chaired the Department of Economics from 1988 to 1990.

  Dr. Blinder is the author or co-author of 17 books, including the textbook Economics: Principles and Policy (with William J. Baumol), now in its 10th edition, from which over two million college students have learned introductory economics. He has also written scores of scholarly articles on such topics as fiscal policy

, monetary policy, and the distribution of income. From 1985 until joining the Clinton Administration, Dr. Blinder wrote a lively monthly column in Business Week magazine. Currently, he is a columnist for The New York Times Sunday business section, a regular commentator on PBS’s Nightly Business Report, and appears frequently on CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg TV, and elsewhere.

  Dr. Blinder was previously President of the Eastern Economic Association and Vice President of the American Economic Association

. He is a member of the Bretton Woods Committee, the Bellagio Group, and the Council on Foreign Relations, and a former governor of the American Stock Exchange. Dr. Blinder also serves on academic advisory panels for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Bank for International Settlements, the FDIC Center for Financial Research, and the Hamilton Project.

  He has been elected to the American Philosophical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

  Dr. Blinder and his wife, Madeline, live in Princeton, NJ. They have two sons, Scott and William, and two grandsons, Malcolm and Levi.

Educational Background

  Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology,l97l

  M.Sc. (Econ.), London School of Economics,1968

  A.B., Princeton University, summa cum laude in economics, 1967.

Government Service

  Vice Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 1994-1996.

  Member, President's Council of Economic Advisers, 1993-1994.

  Deputy Assistant Director, Congressional Budget Office,1975.

  Member, New Jersey Pension Review Committee, 2002-2003.

  Member, Panel of Economic Advisers, Congressional Budget Office, 2002-2005.

  Honors Member, American Philosophical Society, 1996-.

  Audit Committee, 2003- Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1991-.

  Fellow, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 2008-.

  Adam Smith Award, National Association for Business Economics, 1999.

  Fellow, National Association for Business Economics, 2005-.

  Honorary Fellow, Foreign Policy Association, 2000-.

  Fellow, Econometric Society, 1981- .

Important works

  • The Quiet Revolution / Alan S. Blinder,144 pages: Yale University Press (April 10, 2004)
  • Downsizing in America: Reality, Causes, And Consequences(with William J. Baumol) (Paperback - Mar 31, 2005)
  • The fabulous decade: macroeconomic lessons from the 1990s (with Janet L. щYellen) New York: The Century Foundation Press, c2001
  • Asking About Prices: A New Approach to Understanding Price Stickiness
  • Central Banking in Theory and Practice
  • Growing Together: An Alternative Economic Strategy for the 1990s
  • Paying for Productivity
  • Macroeconomics Under Debate (Hardcover - Mar 1, 1990)
  • Inventory Theory and Consumer Behavior
  • Hard Heads, Soft Hearts: Tough‑Minded Economics for a Just Society
  • Economics: Principles and Policy (with William Baumol)
  • Economic Opinion, Private Pensions and Public Pensions: Theory and Fact
  • Economic Policy and the Great Stagflation. New York: Academic Press, c1979.
  • Natural Resources, Uncertainty and General Equilibrium Systems: Essays in Memory of Rafael Lusky
  • Toward an Economic Theory of Income Distribution