John Hardman Moore, Professor of Economic Theory, LSE, has been made a Foreign Honorary Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Founded in 1780, the Academy is an international learned society with a current membership of 3,700 American Fellows and 600 Foreign Honorary Members. Its membership includes more than 160 Nobel Prize laureates and 50 Pulitzer Prize winners.
Nominated and elected by current members of the Academy, Foreign Honorary Members are 'distinguished experts and intellectuals from outside the United States whose work complements the values of the American Academy'. Professor Hardman Moore is one of 30 eminent scientists, scholars, artists and public leaders to be elected to the class of 2002.
John Hardman Moore is a member of the Economics Department and the Financial Markets Group at LSE. For more information, click here
The annual Induction Ceremony for new Fellows and Foreign Honorary Members will take place at the Academy in Cambridge, Massachusetts on 5 October 2002.
Further information can be found at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences' website: http://www.amacad.org/index.htm
10 May 2002