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Edward Glaeser

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Edward Glaeser's Biography

Edward Ludwig "Ed" Glaeser (born May 1, 1967) is an economist at Harvard University. He was educated at The Collegiate School in New York City before obtaining his B.A. in economics from Princeton University and his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago. Glaeser joined the faculty of Harvard in 1992, where he is currently (as of April 2012) the Fred and Eleanor Glimp Professor at the Department of Economics, the Director of the Taubman Center for State and Local Government, and the Director of the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston (both at the Kennedy School of Government). He was also an editor of the Quarterly Journal of Economics. Glaeser's connections with both Chicago and Harvard make him a linkage between the Chicago School and the Cambridge School of Economics. Glaeser and John A. List were mentioned as reasons why the AEA committee began to award the Clark Medal annually in 2009.

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  • Wonkblog: The appeal of unhappy cities

      News Source: Washington Post | 2 days ago
    Happiness is admittedly, incredibly subjective. One person's happiness (from a high-stakes job, a sprawling yard, a set of twins ) is another's headache. Even the things that make most of us happy dessert, puppies do so in degrees: That cupcake that
  • People In New York City And The Midwest Aren't Very Happy

      News Source: BusinessInsider | 6 days ago
    Happiness is not equally distributed across the United States. A recent National Bureau of Economic Research working paper by Harvard economics professor Edward Glaeser, University of British Columbia economics professor Joshua Gottlieb, and Harvard
  • Light rail off Capital agenda - for now

      News Source: Wellington Dominion | 1 month ago
    Economist Edward Glaeser, ranked as one of the profession's top 50 practitioners, summed-up 40 years of transport economics at Harvard University in four words when he was visiting Wellington last year: "Bus good, train bad." Glaeser's argument is

Edward Glaeser Blogs

  • What We're Reading This Week | BookPeople's Blog

      Blog Source: bookpeopleblog.wordpress.com | 4 months ago
    Triumph of the City by Edward Glaeser. “I feel better about all the high-rises in Austin that are being built around our beautiful skyline. The author is a big proponent of building up instead of sprawling out. It's more green and efficient, he
  • Want To Predict A City's Growth? Just Look At Its Average ...

      Blog Source: urbantimes.co | 4 months ago
    Then yesterday, I was reading The Urbanophile blog and I was reminded of a fascinating finding from Edward Glaeser's book, Triumph of the City: climate matters when it comes to cities and prosperity. In fact (from New York Magazine):.
  • Warm Januaries: Climate Doesn't Affect Human Migration ...

      Blog Source: www.psmag.com | 4 months ago
    Renn pointed me towards the work of Edward Glaeser, the Harvard economist and U. of C. grad who's become one of the most prominent analysts of the American city in the 21st century. And he thinks there's a strong correlation. He's got a&

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