Robert W. Fogel

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Robert Fogel (1926-) is Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago and Director of its Center for Population Economics since 1981.

He was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize for Economics in 1993 with Douglass C. North for his work on "cliometrics" - a historical, quantitive approach to economic theory.


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He taught a course in how business ethics have evolved over time historically.

He was fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, 1984-1989.


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