Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics

Reference

Peter Thomas Bauer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Peter Thomas Bauer, Baron Bauer (1915 - May 2, 2002) was a world-famous developmental economist. Bauer is best remembered for his opposition to the widely-held notion that the most effective manner to help developing countries advance is through state-controlled foreign aid. ..."

Born

1915, Pieter Tamas Bauer, in Budapest, Hungary

Died

2 May 2002, in London

Awards Received

1994 Szasz Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Cause of Civil Liberties, granted by Center for Independent Thought, Thomas S. Szasz Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Cause of Civil Liberties, 1994
2002 Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty, granted by Cato Institute, Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty, 9 May 2002
"Professor Bauer was chosen for his pioneering work in the field of development economics, where he stood virtually alone for many years as a critic of state-led development policy with its emphasis on central planning and external foreign aid."

Associations

Member, Mont Pelerin Society