Introducing Guest Blogger David Gerard

29 December 2008 at 10:03 pm Leave a comment

| Peter Klein |

I’m pleased to introduce David Gerard as our newest guest blogger. David is Executive Director of the Center for the Study and Improvement of Regulation (CSIR) at Carnegie-Mellon University. He works on the development, implementation and enforcement of regulations and the effect of regulatory institutions on economic behavior, the environment, and public safety. David teaches the core course in managerial economics and a course on innovation in the master’s program in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management.  He also teaches several courses in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences including entrepreneurship, regulation, and technological change (with David Hounshell). I’ve known David since his student days at the University of Illinois, where he received a PhD in economics in 1997. Welcome, David!

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