Edward Glaeser

Economist and Harvard Professor
Edward Ludwig Glaeser, born May 1, 1967, is an American economist currently serving as the Fred and Eleanor Glimp Professor of Economics at Harvard University, where he holds the position of Chairman of the Department of Economics. Directing the Cities Research Programme at the International Growth Centre, Glaeser's educational background includes attendance at the Collegiate School and Princeton University. His work focuses extensively on urban, public economics, and economic growth, particularly the determinants of city growth and the role of...

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City Education and Economic Performance

1. Urban Dynamics and Economic Success
2. Challenges in Public Education