Michael Bruno (economist)
|Chief Economist of the World Bank|
|Preceded by||Lawrence Summers|
|Succeeded by||Joseph Stiglitz|
Michael Peter Bruno
30 July 1932
|Died||26 December 1996 (aged 64)|
|Education||Hebrew University (BA)|
King's College, Cambridge (MA)
Stanford University (PhD)
|Kenneth J. Arrow|
Michael Peter Bruno (Hebrew: מיכאל ברונו) (30 July 1932 – 26 December 1996) was an Israeli economist. He was governor of the Bank of Israel and a former World Bank Chief Economist.
Michael Peter Bruno was married to Ofra Hanoch (née Hirshenberg), with whom he had three children, daughter Yael and sons Ido and Asa. He died of cancer at home in Jerusalem.He is survived by his second wife Netta (née Ben-Porath).
Awards and recognition
- In 1970, Bruno was appointed the Carl Melchior chair of international economics.
- In 1974, he was awarded the Rothschild Prize for Social Science.
- In 1994, he was awarded the Israel Prize, for economics.
- Bruno, Michael; Di Tella, Guido; Dornbusch, Rudiger; Fischer, Stanley, eds. (1988). Inflation Stabilization: The Experience of Israel, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, and Mexico. Cambridge: MIT Press. ISBN 0-262-02279-6.
- Crisis, Stabilization, and Economic Reform: Therapy by Consensus, New York: Oxford University Press, 1999, ISBN 0-19-828663-5
- Bruno, Michael; Sachs, Jeffrey (2002). Economics of Worldwide Stagflation. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-674-23475-8.
- ^ a b Peter Passell (31 December 1996). "Michael Bruno, 64, Economist And Israel's Banking Chief". The New York Times. p. D 19. Retrieved 12 September 2021.
- ^ "Israel Prize Official Site – Recipients in 1994 (in Hebrew)". Archived from the original on 2008-12-27.
- Passell, Peter (December 31, 1996). "Michael Bruno, 64, Economist And Israel's Banking Chief". New York Times.
- Silver, Eric; Dalyell, Tam (December 28, 1996). "Obituary: Michael Bruno". The Independent.
- Daniel Maman and Zeev Rosenhek. 2011. The Israeli Central Bank: Political Economy, Global Logics and Local Actors, Routledge.
- Governors of the Bank of Israel
- 1932 births
- 1996 deaths
- 20th-century Israeli economists
- Alumni of King's College, Cambridge
- Fellows of the Econometric Society
- Harvard University staff
- Hebrew Reali School alumni
- Israel Prize in economics recipients
- Israeli officials of the United Nations
- Jewish emigrants from Nazi Germany to Mandatory Palestine
- Members of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities
- Presidents of the Econometric Society
- Stanford University alumni
- World Bank Chief Economists