Yale University (1963-1966)
Ph.D. degree in Economics . . Based upon design and implementation of large computer based system and model for microanalytic simulation of the U.S. household sector . . Master of Arts degree in Economics . . Studies included economic theory, industrial organization, statistics, econometrics, mathematical economics, and gaming and simulation.
Harvard University (1957-1958)
Graduate student in mathematics and teaching fellow and freshman adviser at Harvard College . . Courses concentrated on classical analysis, numerical analysis, probability and statistics.
Harvard College (1953-1957)
Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude . . Majored in mathematics with interests in physics and economics . . Honors thesis studied analytic solutions of the heat equation in an infinite medium . . Ranked in top quarter of class . . Extracurricular interests in community work.