Lecture theme: Social Security and it's effect on the economy
Spring of 2004
He earned the B.A. in mathematics from Yale University in 1960 and the Ph.D. in economics from MIT in 1963. He was an assistant professor at the University of California at Berkeley from 1964-65 and an acting associate professor there before joining the MIT faculty as an associate professor in 1966. Diamond was promoted to full professor in 1970, served as head of the Department of Economics in 1985–86 and was named an Institute Professor in 1997. Read more at the MIT News Office.