STEPHEN P. DRESCH -
RESUMÉ

"Dresch with a Russian Soul," charcoal portrait by Balagazov,
Old Arbat, Moscow, 28.10.88. Commissioned by Emil Ershov.

the Kauth house, 318 Cooper Avenue,
Hancock, Michigan 49930
Tel./Fax: (906)482-4899; E-mail: sdresch@up.net

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Date of Birth: 12 December 1943 (E. St. Louis, Illinois, U.S.A.)

Education:
A.B., Philosophy, & Grad. Study, Economics, Miami University (Ohio), 1963 & 1963-4
M.Phil. & Ph.D., Economics, Yale University, 1966 & 1970
Professional & Related Employment:
Teaching Assistant, Economics, Miami University, 1963-4
Teaching Associate, Economics, Yale University, 1966-7
Instructor, Economics, Southern Connecticut State College, 1968-9
Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1969-77
Lecturer, Urban Planning, Rutgers University, 1970
Consultant in residence, Ford Foundation, 1970-2
Director, Research in the Economics of Higher Education, and Lecturer,
Economics & Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, 1972-5
Chairman, Institute for Demographic and Economic Studies, 1975-
Research Scholar, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 1983-5
Dean and Professor of Economics and Business, School of Business & Engineering Administration,
Michigan Technological University, 1985-90
Elected Member, House of Representatives, State of Michigan, 1991-2

Author, columnist (Traverse City Record Eagle, Christian Science Monitor [The Cost of U.S. Export Controls, Save the Infrastructure By Auctioning It Off.] et al.).

Consultant to international and governmental agencies, foundations, academic and research institutions, et al.

Expert witness in juridical, legislative and administrative proceedings. [Extensive experience as expert witness for defendants and plaintiffs in tort actions involving business loss, wrongful death and personal injury, working with major Connecticut and Michigan law firms.]

Independent political critic/activist (1992 Congressional primary candidate; founder of Michigan Constitutional amendment initiative Target: Accountability in Government).

Professional Recognition:
National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow, 1964-8
White House Conference on Inflation, 1974
Endowed Chair in Business Enterprise, University of Idaho, 1982
National Planning Committee on Education Statistics, 1982-3
Washington University - Institute for International Education Advisory Committee, 1988-90
Visiting Scholar, Institute of Economics and Forecasting of Scientific and Technological Progress,
U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, 1988
National Advisory Group on Undergraduate Science, Mathematics and Engineering Education,
Sigma Xi, 1989
Advisor, Institute for Public Opinion Research, Moscow, 1991
Contributor of The Economics of Fundamental Research to J. W. Sommer, ed., The Academy in Crisis: The Political Economy of Higher Education (New Brunswick and London, Transaction Publishers, 1995, for Independent Institute), recipient of the Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Award (1996)
Professional Memberships:
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Civil Liberties Union
American Economic Association
American Statistical Association
Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management
Federation of American Scientists
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society of America

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