Richard E. Quandt

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Richard Emeric Quandt (born 1 June 1930 in Budapest) is a Guggenheim Fellowship winning economist who analyzed the results of the Judgment of Paris wine tasting event with Orley Ashenfelter.[1] Quandt serves as a professor of economics at Princeton University.[2] He is current senior adviser to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.[3] Quandt is a member of the American Association of Wine Economists and editor of their journal, the Journal of Wine Economics. In 2012, he was involved in organizing a blind tasting event comparing wines produced in France with several wines produced in New Jersey held at Princeton University and known as the "Judgment of Princeton."

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Published works[edit]

  • The Changing Landscape in Eastern Europe: A Personal Perspective on Philanthropy and Technology Transfer Oxford University Press 2002 ISBN 0-19-514669-7
  • (with Andrew Lass). Library automation in transitional societies: lessons from Eastern Europe. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. ISBN 0-19-513262-9.
  • The Collected Essays of Richard E. Quandt (Economists of the Twentieth Century) Edward Elgar Publishing 1992 ISBN 1-85278-605-1
  • Racetrack Betting: The Professor's Guide to Strategies Praeger Paperback 1991 ISBN 0-275-94103-5
  • (with James M. Henderson). Microeconomic Theory: A Mathematical Approach Mcgraw-Hill College 1980 ISBN 0-07-028101-7

References[edit]

  1. ^ Orley Ashenfelter and Richard E. Quandt Analyzing a Wine Tasting Statistically
  2. ^ G. Taber The Judgment of Paris: California vs France pg 219 Simon & Schuster ISBN 0-7432-4751-5
  3. ^ Princeton University Richard E. Quandt bio