Green, Edward J.

American economist

Edward James Green is an American economist best known for his contributions to the theory of dynamic contracts. Green received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University in 1977. His dissertation won him the Alexander Henderson Award for excellence in economics. He has previously taught at Princeton University and worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and is currently Professor of Economics at Pennsylvania State University. (Source: Wikipedia)

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