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1 Curriculum Vitae (academic) MICHAEL STORPER Addresses: UCLA School of Public Affairs Office: (310) 825-2718 Fax: (310)206-5566 3250 School of Public Affairs Building University of California (UCLA) Los Angeles, California 90095-1656- USA storper@ucla.edu Sciences Po Paris 13, rue de l’Université, bureau 410 75007 Paris, France michael.storper@sciences-po.fr Telephone : 0145497772 Fax : 0145497787 Department of Geography and Environment London School of Economics Houghton Street London WC2A 2AE, UK Telephone: 0207 955 6550 m.storper@lse.ac.uk Current Titles Professor of Regional and International Development Department of Urban Planning’ Luskin School of Public Affairs; Affiliated Professor of Geography UCLA Professor of Economic Sociology 2 Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (“Sciences Po”) (on leave 2012-15) Professor of Economic Geography London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Employment History 2004- Named to permanent chair in economic geography, London School of Economics, Michaelmas (fall) Term 2003 Elected to the Chair in Economic Sociology, Institute of Political Studies, Paris 2001 Named Visiting Centennial Professor of Economic Geography, LSE 1996-2002 Professor of Sociology, University of Marne-la-Vallée, France 1992- Professor of Regional and International Development, UCLA 1988-92 Associate Professor University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) 1982-88 Assistant Professor, UCLA Educational History Ph.D.1982 University of California, Berkeley. Economic Geography. Dissertation title: "The Labor Theory of Industrial Location: Technical Innovation, the Labor Process, and the Social Geography of Industrial Labor." M.A.1979 University of California, Berkeley. Economic Geography. Thesis title: "The Metropolitan Decentralization of Industry: A Critique of Current Theories." B.A.1975 University of California, Berkeley. Sociology and History, summa cum laude. Awards, Fellowships, Honors 2014 Named by Thompson-Reuters Web of Science as “one of the world’s most influential minds” http://thomsonreuters.com/press- 3 releases/062014/Scientific-Minds-2014) 2012 Sir Peter Hall Prize from the Regional Studies Association (President’s prize for contribution to the field) 2012 Elected a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy 2010 Elected to the Academy of Social Sciences, UK 2010 Journal of Economic Geography names 2 of my papers as among the “best ten papers of the last ten years” (Buzz, and Rethinking Human Capital) 2010 Prime d’excellence scientifique (Reward for Scientific Excellence), Minister of Higher Education and Research, France 2008 Doctorate honoris causa University of Utrecht, The Netherlands 2008-10 Major Research Grant, Haynes Foundation, “Contrasts in Economic Development, Los Angeles and San Francisco, 1970-2007.” 2004 Most highly cited member of all faculties of urban planning in the USA, 1998- 2002 (Stiftel study, JCSP 2004, Table 4). 2003 Who’s Who in Economics, Fourth edition, edited by Mark Blaug and Howard R. Vane, Edward Elgar Publishers 2000-2001 University of California, Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC), grant for research on international trade, location, and specialization 2000-2001 Latin American Studies Center, UCLA-Hewlett Foundation Grant for research in Northeastern Brazil (renewal). 1999-2000 Ministry of Urbanism and Housing, France, grant for a comparative study of inequality and its impacts on society in the United States and France. 1998-99 Research Grant, Academic Senate UCLA. 1999 Latin American Studies Center, UCLA-Hewlett Foundation Grant for research on Northeastern Brazil. 1998 Borchard Foundation. Grant for Franco-American Colloquium on “Conventions and Institutions in the Social Sciences,” held at the Chateau de la B

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