Adie, Douglas K. - from United States
Country of meeting: in the year 1976
He is a professor of economics at the University of Ohio. He was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada in 1940. After graduating from McMaster University in 1963 in economics and mathematics, he attended the University of Chicago where, under the supervision of Milton Friedman, Robert Mundell and George Stigler, he completed his doctorate in 1968 with a thesis on Peel's Law of 1844 and the controversy at the Currency-Banking School.
Douglas Adie has over 25 publications to his credit, including several books and monographs on the United States and Canadian postal system. He has written to prestigious liberal foundations: the American Enterprise Institute, the Cato Institute and the Reason Foundation and in economic journals. He has been a member of the Mont-Pèlerin Society for many years.
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