Glenn C. Loury

born in Chicago in 1948, teaches economics at Brown University. He was the first Black professor on the economics faculty at Harvard, published numerous papers, and lectured around the world. His research focuses on microeconomics, industrial economics, welfare economics, and income distribution, among other topics. In addition, he writes on the topic of racism. He has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, among other honors.

Date: 2022