Gregory Chow served as Chairman of the American Economic Association's Committee on Exchanges in Economics with the People's Republic of China from 1981 to 1994 and as Co-chairman of the.S. He was a major figure in the postwar flowering of econometrics, and his applied work included important research in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and development economics (particularly in reference to Southeast Asia).He has also been a major adviser on economic policy, economic reform, and economic education. From 1989 to 1992 he was a member of the Executive Committee of the American Economic Association. . He advised former Prime Ministers and Chairmen of the Economic Planning and Development Council of the Executive Yuan in Taiwan on economic policy from the mid 1960's to the early 1980's. . Professor Chow is a member of the American Philosophical Society and of Academia Sinica and a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and of the Econometric Society. . Chow is the author of Knowing China (World Scientific, 2004) - see book information and China's Economic Transformation (Blackwell, 2002) - see book jacket and reviews are available through the "document downloads" section. .
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Professor Gregory Chow - Princeton University
He was responsible for a three-year program (1984-1986) to teach modern economics in China under the sponsorship of the Chinese State Education Commission (formerly Ministry of Education). . At his retirement from Princeton University in 2001, the Econometric Research Program was renamed the Gregory C Chow Econometric Research Program in his honor. We are all in Gregory Chow's debt for a cogent and needed important reminder." "DynamicEconomic business papers research convinced me of the usefulness of the Lagrange method. Chow points out that the too-little-known direct Lagrangian procedure delivers all the optimal solution that the popular lndirect-utilities method can deliver, and does so more economically in the sense that redundant laborious calculation of any indirect utilities can be avoided. Committee on Economics Education and Research in China with support from the Ford Foundation from 1985 to 1994. . Knowing China Singapore: World Scientific, 2004. Chow, is the director of Princeton's International ula co-founded the Center in 1974, with Louise Sayen, as a volunteer e Center became a part of the University in 1978.With the help of over one hundred volunteers, friends and students, the Center serves the needs. Gregory's doctoral dissertation, which became a standard reference in empirical economics, was a study of the factors determining the demand for ter the publication of his thesis, Gregory was invited by Al Harberger of Chicago to write a paper extending his work. Chow (Prepared by Professor Ben Bernanke, Chair of the Department of Economics, Princeton University, in May 2001.). Econometrics (McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1983 Chinese edition (Friendship Publishing Corporation, Beijing, 1985).