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Dale W. Jorgenson

AKA Dale Weldeau Jorgenson

Born: 7-May-1933
Birthplace: Bozeman, MT

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Economist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Economist at Harvard

Considered an expert on applied econometrics, energy and the environment, information technology and economic growth, and tax policy and investment behavior.

Wife: Linda Ann Mabus Jorgenson (attorney, m. 24-Jul-1971)
Son: Eric Mabus Jorgenson (geneticist, b. 28-May-1973)
Daughter: Kari Jorgenson Beausang (economist, b. 7-Jun-1975)

    University: BA Economics, Reed College (1955)
    University: PhD Economics, Harvard University (1959)
    Teacher: Economics, University of California at Berkeley (1959-63)
    Professor: Economics, University of California at Berkeley (1963-69)
    Professor: Economics, Harvard University (1969-)

    John Bates Clark Medal 1971
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences
    American Association for the Advancement of Science
    American Economic Association President (2000)
    American Philosophical Society
    American Statistical Association
    Econometric Society President (1987)
    National Academy of Sciences 1978
    National Research Council
    Royal Economic Society
    General Motors Science Advisory Committee (1996-2002)

Author of books:
Econometric Studies of U.S. Energy Policy (1976, with Kun-Young Yun)
Productivity and U.S. Economic Growth (1987, with Frank M. Gollop and Barbara M. Fraumeni)
Investment (1996)
Econometrics (2000, three volumes, with Lawrence J. Lau)
Information Technology and the American Growth Resurgence (2005, with Mun Ho and Kevin Stiroh)
Enhancing productivity growth in the information age (2007, with Charles W. Wessner)


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