Marvin B. Lieberman
- Pittsburgh, PA, USA
- IEEE Browder J. Thompson Memorial Prize Paper Award
Marvin B. Lieberman was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on June 26, 1954. He received the B.A. degree, magna cum laude, in economics from Harvard University in 1976. He majored in economics, with supplementary course work in engineering and applied science. During his junior year he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the joint Business-Economics program at Harvard University, where he holds a National Science Foundation Traineeship.
Mr. Lieberman has held positions with Control Systems Research in Pittsburgh; the U.S. Office of Telecommunications in Washington, D.C.; Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York; and Lucas Service Overseas Limited in Haddenham, England. He went on leave from his graduate studies at Harvard and to be a Research Associate with Charles River Associates, an economics consulting firm in Boston.
Mr. Lieberman's research interests include industry and regulatory economics, technology transfer, and the management of innovations. His hobbies are bicycle touring and classical music. He plays the French horn in various musical groups and has done extensive long distance bicycling in Europe, including Eastern Europe (Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Romania).