Nicholas Herbert (Nick) Stern STERN OF BRENTFORD

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1946-04-22
Education Latymer Upper Sch, Peterhouse Cambridge (MA), Nuffield Coll Oxford (DPhilEcon)
Books & Publications
Recreations walking, reading, watching football (particularly AFC Wimbledon)
Clubs N/A
Style The Lord Stern of Brentford
Career jr res fell Queen's Coll Oxford (hon fell 2007), fell and tutor in econs St Catherine's Coll Oxford 1970-77 (hon fell 2000), prof of economics Univ of Warwick 1978-85, Sir John Hicks prof of econs LSE 1986-94, chief economist and special advsr EBRD 1994-99, sch prof of economics LSE 1999 (on leave 2000-03), chief economist and sr vice-pres World Bank 2000-03, second perm sec HM Treasy and head Govt Economic Serv 2003-07 (dir of policy and research PM?s Cmmn for Africa 2004-05, ldr and author Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change HM Treasy 2005-06), IG Patel prof of economics and govt, chair Grantham Inst on Climate Change and the Environment and dir India Observatory LSE 2007-, prof Collège de France 2009-10; ed Jl of Public Economics 1981-97; res assoc/visiting prof: MIT 1972, Ecole Poly 1977, People's Univ China Beijing 1988 (hon prof 2001); Ford Fndn visiting prof Indian Statistical Inst 1981-82, visiting fell Nuffield Coll Oxford 2004, hon fell Peterhouse Cambridge 2006; foreign hon memb American Acad of Arts and Scis 1998-; Great Briton of the Year (Environment) 2006, Patron's Royal Medal RGS 2009, Asahi Glass Fndn Blue Planet Prize 2009, BBVA Fndn Frontiers of Knowledge Award Climate Change 2010, Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought 2011; 12 hon doctorates incl: Univ of Warwick 2006, Univ of Cambridge 2008; fell Econometric Soc 1978, FBA 1993
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