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David F. Bradford

AKA David Frantz Bradford

Born: 8-Jan-1939
Birthplace: Cambridge, MA
Died: 22-Feb-2005
Location of death: Philadelphia, PA [1]
Cause of death: Accident - Misc

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Council of Economic Advisers, 1991-93

[1] Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.

Father: Mark Waldo Bradford
Mother: Matilda Frantz
Sister: Victoria Witte
Wife: Gunthild Klaerchen Huober ("Gundel", m. 1964)
Son: Theodore
Daughter: Catherine Louise ("Lulu")

    University: BA, Amherst College (1960)
    University: Stanford University
    University: MS Applied Mathematics, Harvard University (1962)
    University: Cambridge University
    University: PhD Economics, Stanford University (1966)
    Professor: Harvard University (1991)
    Professor: New York University School of Law (1993-)
    Professor: Princeton University

    US Council of Economic Advisers Member (1991-93)
    US Energy Department Energy Research Advisory Board (1978-80)
    US Treasury Department Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy (1975-76)
    Center for Naval Analyses Research Economist, Operations Evaluation Group (1962)
    Federal Reserve Research Assistant, Bank of Boston (1961)
    American Economic Association
    American Enterprise Institute Adjunct Scholar (1993-)
    American Law and Economics Association
    American Tax Policy Institute Board of Advisors (1990-91)
    Brookings Institution Advisory Board, Economic Studies Program (1996-98)
    National Bureau of Economic Research Research Associate (1977-)
    National Tax Association
    Phi Beta Kappa Society (1960)
    Ford Fellowship (1963-64)
    Fulbright Louvain, Belgium (1977)
    Caught Fire (8-Feb-2005)

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