Eastern Economic Association

The Eastern Economic Association is a not-for-profit corporation whose object is to promote educational and scholarly exchange on economic affairs. Towards that end, the association encourages the freedom of research and discussion.

In pursuit of these goals, it publishes the Eastern Economic Journal and holds an annual conference and meeting of members.

Executive Committe
President: Solomon Polachek
President-Elect: Janet Currie
Vice-President: Jeffrey Sachs
Past-President: James Poterba
Treasurer: Steven Pressman
Executive Director: Donn Johnson
EEJ Co-Editor: Susan L. Averett
EEJ Co-Editor: Edward N. Gamber

Conference Manager: Alex Olbrecht
Executive Director Emeritus: Mary Lesser

Directors
Heather Boushey, Washington Center for Equitable Growth, 2016
Shin-Yi Chou, Lehigh University, 2017
Hope Corman, Rider University, 2015
Ann Owen, Hamilton College, 2016
Jennifer VanGilder, Ursinus College, 2017
Christian Weller, UMass Boston, 2015

Past Presidents
1974 Barbara R. Bergmann 1994 David Colander
1975 Lawrence R. Klein* 1995 Thomas Schelling*
1976 Harry G. Johnson 1996 John Q. Adams
1977 James Tobin* 1997 Jagdish Bhagwati
1978 William J. Baumol 1998 Elizabeth E. Bailey
1979 Joseph Pechman 1999 Robert H. Frank
1980 T.S. Saini 2000 Peter B. Kenen
1981 Peter S. Elek 2001 Peter Temin
1982 Ronald G. Bodkin 2002 Edward N. Wolff
1983 Ott Eckstein 2003 Deirdre N. McCloskey
1984 William N. Leonard 2004 Frederic S. Mishkin
1985 Robert M. Solow* 2005 Alan S. Blinder
1986 E. Ray Canterbery 2006 Robert J. Shiller*
1987 Dudley Dillard 2007 Michael Grossman
1988 H. Peter Gray 2008 Joseph E. Stiglitz*
1989 Wallace Oates 2009 N. Gregory Mankiw
1990 Allen Sinai 2010 Paul Krugman*
1991 Andrew Brimmer 2011 Duncan Foley
1992 Dale Jorgenson 2012 Glenn Loury
1993 Mancur Olson 2013 James Poterba

*Nobel Prize recipient

Eastern Economic Association Headquarters
Quinnipiac University - College of Arts and Sciences
275 Mount Carmel Avenue, Hamden, CT 06518
Executive Director: Donn Johnson, professor of economics
(203) 582-8205 | eea@quinnipiac.edu

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