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CURRICULUM VITAE ROGER G. NOLL

PERSONAL

Date and Place of Birth: March 13, 1940; Monterey Park, California

EDUCATION

East High School, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1958

  • B.

    S. (Math, Honor), California Institute of Technology, 1962

  • A.

    M., Ph.D. (Economics), Harvard University, 1965, 1967

SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

National Merit Scholarship 1958-62 National Defense Education Act Fellowship 1962-66 (declined) Harvard Prize Fellowship 1962-63 National Science Foundation Fellowship 1963-64 Guggenheim Fellow 1983-84 Rhodes Prize for Undergraduate Teaching, Stanford University, 1994

POSITIONS HELD

Teaching Fellow, Harvard University, 1964-65 Instructor, California Institute of Technology, 1965-67 Assistant Professor, California Institute of Technology, 1967-69 Senior Staff Economist, Council of Economic Advisers, 1967-68 Associate Professor, California Institute of Technology, 1969-71 Senior Fellow and Co-director of Brookings Studies in the Regulation of Economic Activity, Brookings

Institution, 1970-73 Professor, California Institute of Technology, 1973-82 Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1976-77 Chairman, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences, California Institute of Technology, 1978-82 Reuben Gustavson Lecturer, University of Chicago, April 1981 Institute Professor of Social Sciences, California Institute of Technology, 1982-84 Donald Gilbert Memorial Lecturer, University of Rochester, December 1982 Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1983-84 Professor of Economics, Stanford University, 1984-2006 (Emeritus 2006-) Visiting Scholar, Hoover Institution, 1984-85 Professor by Courtesy, Department of Political Science, Stanford University, 1985- Professor by Courtesy, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1986- Veblen-Clark Lecturer, Carleton College, May 1986 Director, Public Policy Program, Stanford University, 1986-2002 David Kinley Lecturer, University of Illinois, May 1987 Sunderland Fellow, Law School, University of Michigan, Fall 1988 Morris M. Doyle Centennial Professor in Public Policy, Stanford University, 1990-2002 Jean Monnet Professor, European University Institute, May 1991 Associate Dean, Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University, l991-92 Visiting Professor, University of California, San Diego, 1993 Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institution, 1995-96 Nonresident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution, 1996-99 Director, American Studies Program, Stanford University, 2001-02 Director, Stanford Center for International Development, 2002-06

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