Leonid Vitaliyevich Kantorovich – Curriculum Vitae


January 19, 1912, Petersburg (Leningrad), USSR

Education: Leningrad University, 1930

Civil Status:

Married (to Natalie), two children (D. and S.)

Fellowships and honors
1944 Order Signe of Honor
1949 Order of Labor Red Banner
1949 State Prize
1958 Member-Correspondent, USSR Academy of Sciences, Academician (1964)
1965 Lenin Prize (together with V.V. Novogilov and V.S. Nemchinov)
1967 Order of Lenin
1967 Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1969 American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Boston
1972 Fellow, Econometric Society
Honorary degrees
Universities of Glasgow, Grenoble, Nice, Helsinki, Paris (Sorbonne) and others.

From Nobel Lectures, Economics 1969-1980, Editor Assar Lindbeck, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore, 1992

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Leonid Kantorovich died on April 7, 1986.

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