Essays in Honor of Keith B. Griffin
Edited by James K. Boyce, Stephen Cullenberg, Prasanta K. Pattanaik and Robert Pollin
Appendix: Curriculum Vitae for Professor Keith B. Griffin
Name Birth Citizenship Degrees Keith Broadwell GRIFFIN 6 November 1938 UK BA Williams College, USA, 1960 BPhil. Oxford, 1962 (Marshall Scholar) DPhil. Oxford, 1965 Hon D Litt. Williams, 1980 Honorary Fellow, Magdalen College, Oxford, 1988 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1997 Experience 1988–2004 Distinguished Professor (and Chair, 1988–93), Department of Economics, University of California, Riverside 1965–88 Oxford University: Fellow and Tutor in Economics, Magdalen College (1965–76); Fellow by Special Election (1977–79); Acting Warden/Director (1973 and 1977–78) and Warden/ Director, Queen Elizabeth House/Institute of Commonwealth Studies (1978–79) 1979–88 2004–2005 2002 President, Magdalen College, Oxford Leader, UNDP programme evaluation team in China Leader, UNDP Mission to Armenia on the Impact of Macro economic Policy on Poverty 361 362 Appendix 2001 Leader, UNDP Mission to Mongolia on the Integration of Equity and Poverty Reduction Concerns into Development Strategy 1998 Visiting Fellow, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies 1998 1997 1997 1996 1995 1994–95 1994–96 1994 1989–91 Consultant to UNDP on the Human Development Report for Europe and the CIS Leader, ILO Employment and Social Protection Mission to Kazakstan Leader, UNDP Macroeconomic Policy and Poverty Reduction Mission to Vietnam Member of UNESCO Culture and Development Steering Committee Adviser to UNDP on Poverty in Cambodia Member, World Commission on Culture and Development Leader, ILO Social Policy Review Mission to Uzbekistan Leader, UNDP Poverty Alleviation Mission to Mongolia Economic Adviser to the government of Bolivia 1989, 1991–94 Consultant to UNDP on...
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