CURRICULUM VITAE of Prof. Luc E. WEBER UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA

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CURRICULUM VITAE
of Prof. Luc E. WEBER
UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA1
PRESENT MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
Since 1975: Professor of Public Economics at the University of Geneva.
2000-2004: Vice-President of the International Association of Universities (IAU), Paris
2001-2005: Member of the Board of the European University Association (EUA), Geneva
and Brussels, as well as:
• Chairman of its “Research” Working Group
• Member of the expert team of its Quality assurance program and of the
Management seminars for new elected rectors organized jointly with
IMHE/OCDE
Since 1999: Member of the Bureau of the Steering Committee for Higher Education and
Research (CD-ESR) of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg
Since 1998: co-founder and main organizer of the Glion Colloquium
Since 2000: member of the advisory committee of the publication “Higher Education Management”
published by IMHE/OCDE
Since 1997: Occasional consultant for the World Bank in Washington
Since 1985: Member of the reading committee of the “Revue de Politique et management public”
Finally, member of various organizations, in particular
• the board of the Jean Monnet Foundation in Lausanne
• the board of the Geneva Foundation to protect health in war
• The board of the Red Cross Museum in Geneva
FORMER ACTIVITIES AS A UNIVERSITY LEADER
1995-2001: Consul for international affairs of the Swiss Rectors’ Conference
1991-1995: Rector (President), University of Geneva
1992-1995: President of the Swiss Rectors’ Conference in Berne
1991-1995: Vice-president of the Swiss Universities Conference in Berne
1990-1991: President of the Committee for university Planning of the Swiss Universities Conference in Berne
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The most relevant positions and activities are written in bold characters.
1982-1987: Vice-Rector (Vice-President) of the University of Geneva and Member of the
Swiss Rectors’ Conference in Bern,
FORMER MAIN ACTIVITIES AS A TRAINED ECONOMIST
1998-1999: Visiting Professor University of Fribourg
1996-1999: Vice-president, International Institute of Public Finance, Saarbrücken
1990-1991 (Winter): Visiting Professor, University of Lausanne
1987-1989: Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, University
of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
1981-1991: Member of The Federal Committee for Economic Research, Berne
1979-1983: Member of the Scientific Committees of the National Research Program 4 and 44
(Energy), as well as 9 (Swiss economy) of the Swiss National Fund for Scientific Research
1977-1984: Member, then Vice-President, of the Federal Committee for Social and Economic Statistics,
Berne
1977-1980 : Member of the “Swiss Council of Economic Advisers” to the Department of
Trade and Commerce and the Swiss National Bank, Berne
1971-1975: Researcher, Swiss National Fund for Scientific Research, Berne and Visiting Scholar at the
Institute for social and economic research, University of York (GB)
1967-1970: Deputy General Secretary, then General Secretary of the Federal Committee for Economic
Research, Bern
UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
1965 and 1966: Bachelor degrees (licences) in Economics and in Political Science, University of
Lausanne
1971: Ph.D. in Economics, University of Lausanne
MAIN PUBLICATIONS (BOOKS)
2002 (with Werner Hirsch), As the Walls of Academia are Falling Down, Economica, London, Paris
and Geneva
2001 (with Werner Hirsch), Governance in Higher Education: The University in a State of Flux,
Economica, London, Paris and Geneva
1999 (with Werner Hirsch): Challenges facing Higher Education at the Millennium, ACE/Oryx Press,
Phoenix
1992 (with Cornevin-Pfeiffer, Manzini, Mottu, Jequier et Thalmann), Les finances publiques d’un
Etat fédératif, La Suisse, Economica, Paris
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1987 L’Etat, Acteur économique, Economica, Paris, 3rd edition in 1997
1984 (with B. Dafflon), Le financement du secteur public, Presses Universitaires de France, Paris
1978, 1979 and 1980 (with G. Bombach, H. Kleinewefers ou H. Würgler) Situation et problèmes de
l’économie suisse, Berne
1978 L’Analyse économique des dépenses publiques, Presses Universitaires de France, Paris
1971 Pour une politique conjoncturelle en Suisse, Presses centrales, Lausanne
Prof. Luc WEBER
Rte de Florissant
CH-1206 GENEVA
Switzerland
Phone : + 41 22 347 39 06
Fax : +41 22 789 35 50
E-mail : [email protected] or [email protected]
LW, January 15, 2002
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