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Robert M. Clark

Robert M. Clark (1920-2007) began his career at UBC as a lecturer in the Department of Economics in 1946. Clark also served on three provincial commissions of inquiry on public finance issues. Actively involved in the administration of the university, he was appointed as University Planner in 1966. Clark headed the Planning Office (which later became known as Academic Planning and then Institutional Analysis and Planning) until 1976. He also served on the UBC Senate and Board of Governors, the Vancouver School of Theology, and Regent College, and was an active member of The Vancouver Board of Trade. He retired from the Department of Economics in 1985. In 1992 Clark was awarded the Confederation Medal by the federal government for outstanding service to the people of Canada. He died on 11 August 2007.

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Canadian Issues

Essays in Honour of Henry F. Angus
edited by Robert M. Clark
tagged : canadian, essays
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