Erwin Diewert

Professor, Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association

School of Economics - PhD, University of California at Berkeley | MA, University of British Columbia | BA, University of British Columbia


Welfare economics and applied general equilibrium modeling, price measurement, productivity measurement, index number theory and the measurement of property prices​​​​

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About Erwin

Professor Erwin Diewert has made significant contributions to a variety of areas, including duality theory, index number theory, user cost, functional form specification, international trade and revealed preference theory.

Besides his major contributions to the academic literature, he also has valuable engagement with international statistical agencies and organisations such as the IMF and World Bank. He has received many prestigious honours in acknowledgement of his status as a leading academic economist.