An Introduction to Their Careers and Main Published Works
THE 1980 NOBEL MEMORIAL LAUREATE LAWRENCE KLEIN LAWRENCE KLEIN Lawrence R. Klein (b. 1920) © The Nobel Foundation Lawrence Klein was born in Omaha, Nebraska, USA in 1920. He obtained a BA from the University of California, Berkeley in 1942 and a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1944. Klein was a graduate student under Paul Samuelson (the 1970 Nobel Memorial Laureate), and The Keynesian Revolution, his revised doctoral thesis, was subsequently published in 1947 (Klein, 1947b). In 1944, he joined the Cowles Commission at the University of Chicago as a research associate, and subsequently worked in the same capacity at the National Bureau of Economic Research from 1948 to 1950, and the Survey Research Center at the University of Michigan from 1949 to 1954. In 1954, in response to Senator Eugene McCarthy’s anti-communist witch-hunt, Klein left the United States for Great Britain where he joined the staff at the Oxford University Institute of Statistics, ﬁrst as a senior research ofﬁcer and then as reader. After four years at the Institute, Klein left Oxford in 1958 and returned to America as professor at the University of Pennsylvania, where he remained until he retired from teaching in 1991. He is currently the Benjamin Franklin Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at the University of Pennsylvania. Klein’s many ofﬁces and honours have included the award of the John Bates Clark Medal of the American Economic Association in 114 LAWRENCE KLEIN 1959, and election to the presidencies of the Econometric Society in...
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