Roger T. Kaufman
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Roger T. Kaufman received his Ph.D. in economics from MIT in 1978.
Kaufman's recent research projects include an analysis of gain-sharing on productivity and wages, several topics concerning the economics of higher education, and wage and employment structures in Japan. He has taught courses in macroeconomics, labor economics, mathematical economics and health economics.
In the spring semester of 1994, Kaufman taught in the AKP program in Kyoto. He has received a Fulbright Research Fellowship, a fellowship from the EEC and an Austin Fellowship. In 1998, Kaufman was awarded the all-college Senior Faculty Teaching Award at Smith.