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John Robert Meyer (December 6, 1927 – October 20, 2009) was an American economist.
John Robert Meyer (December 6, 1927 – October 20, 2009) was an American economist. Born in Pasco, Washington, Meyer attended Pacific University 1945–1946, after which he served in the United States Naval Reserve 1945–1948. from the University of Washington in 1950 and his P. (David A. Wells Prize) from Harvard University in 1955.
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John Meyer began his academic career in the 1950s when modern statistical techniques were just beginning to be applied to economic issues, and . Kain, John . and John R. Meyer, eds. 1971. Essays in Regional Economics. Harvard University Press.
John Meyer began his academic career in the 1950s when modern statistical techniques were just beginning to be applied to economic issues, and several of his earliest books were pioneering applications of statistics to problems outside transportation. In two influential books Meyer and his coauthors examined the determinants of business investment decisions and the business cycle, and in a third they made some of the first applications of modern econometric techniques to history, including an analysis of the economics of slavery before the .
Meyer's second great influential book on transportation economics was The Urban Transportation Problem, co-authored with John Kain and Martin Wohl (an engineer). Essays in Regional Economics, with John Kain (1971). Urban Transportation in Summary and Perspective, with John Kain and Martin Wohl (1972). Measurement and Analysis of Productivity in Transportation Industries, (1975). The Economics of U-shaped Costs, with Robert Leone (1979).
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This comprehensive survey of transportation economic policy pays homage to a classic work, Techniques of Transportation Planning, by renowned transportation scholar John R. Meyer. With contributions from leading economists in the field, it includes added emphasis on policy developments and analysis
Articles and book chapters. 5) with John F. Kain, "The North's Stake in Southern Rural Poverty," in Essays in Regional Economics, John F. Kain and John R. Meyer (ed., (Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press, 1972), pp. 243-276.
Articles and book chapters. 1) with John F. Kain, "Alternatives to the Gilded Ghetto," The Public Interest, Winter, 1969, pp. 74-87. 2) with John F. Kain, "Migration, Employment and Race in the Deep South," The Southern Economic Journal, January, 1970, pp. 268-276.
William Alonso - On the definition of a depressed area, Gerald Kraft, Alan R. Willens, John B. Kaler, and John R. Meyer - Part.
Introduction, John F. Meyer - Part I: The objectives of regional development policy - National policy for regional development, Benjamin Chinitz - Equity and its relation to efficiency in urbanization, William Alonso - On the definition of a depressed area, Gerald Kraft, Alan R.
by John R. Meyer (Author), W. B. Tye (Author), Clifford Winston (Author), William B. Tye (Author), Jose A. Gomez-Ibanez . The necessary economics background may exceed that of many average urban planning or public policy students, but this gives the instructor something to do.
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