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Hugh Talbot Patrick

Hugh Talbot Patrick, American economist, educator. Ford Foundation fellow 1957-1958; grantee American Council Learned Societies, 1962; Guggenheim fellow, 1964-1965; Fulbright research professor, 1964-1965; Fulbright-Hays National Defense Education Act fellow, 1968-1969; Association Asian Studies Distinguished lecturer, 1977.
  • Background

    Patrick, Hugh Talbot was born on February 22, 1930 in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Son of Talbot and Paula (Miller) P.
  • Education

    • Bachelor, Yale University, 1951; Master of Arts in Far Eastern Studies, University Michigan, 1955; Master of Arts in Economics, University Michigan, 1957; Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University Michigan, 1960; Master of Arts (honorary), Yale University, 1968; Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Lingnan University, 2000.


    • Economic analyst University São Paolo. Government, 1951-1952; lecturer economics University Michigan, 1958-1960; assistant professor economics Yale University, New Haven, 1960-1964, associate professor, 1964-1968, professor Far Eastern economics, 1968-1984; director Yale University Economic Growth Center, 1976-1979, 80-83; R.D. Calkins professor international business Columbia University, New York City, 1984—2001, professor emeritus, since 2001; Visiting professor University Bombay, 1961-1962; member Japan-United States Economic Relations Group, 1978-1981, United States Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperative; director Center on Japanese Economic and Business, Columbia University, since 1986. Editor: Japanese Industrialization and Its Social Consequences, 1976, Japanese High Technology Industries-Lessons and Limitations of Industrial Policy, 1986; contributor chapter and co-editor (with Henry Rosovsky): Asia's New Giant-How the Japanese Economy Works, 1976, (with Masahiko Aoki): The Japanese Main Bank System: Its Relevance for Developing and Transforming Economies, 1994, (with Takatoshi Ito and David Weinstein) Reviving Japan's Economy: Problems and Prescriptions, 2005; co-editor (with Larry Meissner): Pacific Basin Industries in Distress: Structural Adjustment and Trade Policy in Nine Industrialized Economies, 1991 (Masayoshi Ohira Memorial prize 1992), (with Yung Chul Park) The Financial Development of Japan, Korea and Taiwan: Growth, Repression and Liberalization, 1994, (with Takeo Hoshi) Crisis and Change in the Japanese Financial System, 2000.




    • Japan Society (director 1973-79, 81-2000)
      1973 - 1979

    • Social Sci. Research Council (director, chairman 1985-88)
      1985 - 1988

    • Pacific Trade and Devel. Conferences (chairman 1985-2005)
      1985 - 2005

    • Council Foreign Relations


    • Mother: Paula
    • Father: Talbot
    Born February 22, 1930
    • 1951
      studied at Yale University, Bachelor of Arts
    • 1955
      studied at University Michigan, Far Eastern Studies, Master of Arts
    • 1957
      studied at University Michigan, Econs., Master of Arts
    • 1960
      studied at University Michigan, Econs., Doctor of Philosophy
    • 1968
      studied at Yale University, Master of Arts
    • studied at Lingnan University, Doctor of Philosophy
    • associate, professor
    • professor, Far Eastern economics
    • director, Yale University Economic Growth Center
    • professor, emeritus
    • 1951 - 1952
      Economic, analyst University S. Government
    • 1958 - 1960
      lecturer, economics University Michigan
    • 1960 - 1964
      assistant, professor economics Yale University
    • 1976 - 1979
      director, Yale University Economic Growth Center
    • 1984 - 2001
      R.D. Calkins professor, international business Columbia University
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