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Intriligator (Michael D.) papers
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Michael D. Intriligator was an American economist. He joined the UCLA faculty in 1963 as an assistant professor of economics, and later held appointments in political science and policy studies. His research interests were mathematical economic theory, strategy and arms control, peace and security, nuclear proliferation, and health care reform. The papers span 1962-2012 and include professional correspondence, in both paper and digital formats; research notes and files; authored articles, conference speeches and presentations; materials related to book publications; as well as lecture notes and course syllabi and related documentation. This collection also includes correspondence, memos, reports, and promotional materials related to Intriligator's work as director of the UCLA Jacob Marschak Interdisciplinary Colloquium, the UCLA Center for International and Strategic Affairs (CISA), the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations, and a Senior Fellow at the Milken Institute.
Michael D. Intriligator was an American economist at UCLA, where he taught in the economics, political studies, and policy studies departments. Born on February 5, 1938 in Freeport, New York, Intriligator received a Bachelor in Science degree in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1959, a Master's degree in economics from Yale University in 1960, and a PhD in economics from MIT in 1963.
36.6 Linear Feet (89 boxes, 3 shoe boxes, and 1 flat box) and 0.044 GB (2,432 digital files)
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