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Offices and Honors

1953, Michigamua senior honor society, University of Michigan.

1953-54, elected president, University of Michigan Literature, Science and the Arts Class of 1954.

1957, Copeland Award in marketing, Harvard Business School.

1957-58, Baker Scholar, Harvard Business School.

1959-62, Ford Foundation predoctoral fellow, Harvard University.

1963-66, member and treasurer, Inter-University Committee on the Economics of Technological Change.

1964, Lanchester Prize, Operations Research Society of America.

1968-72, elected member, University of Michigan faculty Senate and its executive committee.

1974, Co-founder, European Association for Research in Industrial Economics.

1976, member of first American Economic Association delegation sent to meet with members of the Soviet Union Academy of Sciences.

1988, Vice-president, American Economic Association.

1988-90, President, International J.A. Schumpeter Society.

1990, Vice-president, Southern Economic Association.

1990, O'Melveny & Myers Centennial research grant.

1990-2000, Member, British - North American Committee (BNAC).

1992-93, President, Industrial Organization Society.

1996, Honorary doctorate, University of Hohenheim, Germany.

1999, Distinguished fellow, Industrial Organization Society.

2000, Distinguished fellow, Center for Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government.

2002, Lifetime Achievement Award, American Antitrust Institute.

2009, viedo interview for American Bar Association, Antitrust Section, Oral History Project.


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