Edwin Mills (economist)

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Edwin S. Mills
Born (1928-06-25) June 25, 1928 (age 89)
Collingswood, New Jersey
Nationality American
Institutions

Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University,

Northwestern University
Field Urban economics
Alma mater University of Birmingham
Brown University
Doctoral
advisor
Frank Hahn
W. M. Gorman
Doctoral
students
Ryuzo Sato
Robert Higgs
Herschel Grossman
Paul Courant

Edwin Smith Mills (born June 25, 1928) is an American economist known for his contributions to urban economics. Mills was a long-time faculty member at Johns Hopkins University (1957–1970), Princeton University (1970–1987), and Northwestern University (1987–1996).[1]

A native of Collingswood, New Jersey, Mills attended Brown University and University of Birmingham.[2]

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