Common Good Summit 2022

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Peter Diamond

MIT

2010 Nobel laureate

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PERSONAL: Born: April 29, 1940 Marital Status: Married Children: Two EDUCATION: Yale University, B.A. summa cum laude, 1960 (Mathematics) M.I.T., Ph.D., 1963 (Economics) HONORS, AWARDS, AND GRANTS: Social Science Research Fellow, 6/65-12/65 Guggenheim Fellow, 1/66-9/66, 9/82-6/83 National Science Foundation Research Grants, 1965 to 2011 Fellow, Econometric Society, elected 1968 Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, elected 1978 Mahalanobis Memorial Award, 1980 Member, National Academy of Sciences, elected 1984 Founding Member, National Academy of Social Insurance, 1988 Nemmers Prize, 1994 Fulbright Fellow, University of Siena, 2000 Distinguished CES Fellow, 2000 Killian Award, MIT, 2003-4 Samuelson Award from TIAA-CREF, 2003 Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize, 2005 Robert M. Ball Award, 2008 Doctor Honoris Causa, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 2010 The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, 2010 Honorary Member, Bilim Akademisi – The Science Academy, Istanbul, Turkey, elected 2013 EMPLOYMENT: M.I.T., Associate Professor, 1966-70; Professor, 1970-88; John and Jennie S. MacDonald Professor, 1989-91; Paul A. Samuelson Professor, 1992-97; Institute Professor, 1997-2011; Head, 1985-86 University of California, Berkeley, Assistant Professor, 1963-65; Acting Associate Professor, 1965-66
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