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Paul N. Courant (University of Michigan-Ann Arbor)

Paul N. Courant
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Ann Arbor, Michigan
UNITED STATES

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Paul Courant is university librarian and dean of libraries, Harold T. Shapiro Collegiate Professor of Public Policy, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, and professor of economics and of information at the University of Michigan. He has also served as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Michigan. Courant has authored half a dozen books and over seventy papers covering a broad range of topics in economics and public policy, including tax policy, state and local economic development, gender differences in pay, housing, radon and public health, relationships between economic growth and environmental policy, and university budgeting systems. More recently, he is studying the economics of universities, the economics of libraries and archives, and the changes in the system of scholarly communication that derive from new information technologies. Courant holds a BA in history from Swarthmore College (1968); an MA in economics from Princeton University (1973); and a PhD in economics from Princeton University (1974).

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