Robert Alexander Mundell Biography

Robert Alexander Mundell
Robert Alexander Mundell

Robert Alexander Mundell BiographyRobert Alexander Mundell (born October 24, 1932, age 79 years) is a Canadian economist. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1999.

Born in Kingston, Ontario, he was educated at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. He also was educated at MIT, USA and London School of Economics, completing all academic strata. In 1956 he received his doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a dissertation on international capital movements.

He is a professor in the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University and since 1974 as a professor of economics at Columbia University.

In June 2005 he was awarded the "Global Economics" of the Institute of World Economics in Kiel, Germany.

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