David A. Moss
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David A. Moss

David A. Moss
Born (1964-10-23) October 23, 1964 (age 54)
InstitutionHarvard University
Alma materYale University

David A. Moss (born October 23, 1964),[1] is a writer and professor at the Harvard Business School of the Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.[2][3]


Moss gained his degree from Cornell University and his doctorate from Yale University.[1]


  • Moss, David A. (1996). Socializing security: progressive-era economists and the origins of American social policy. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. ISBN 9780674815025.
  • Moss, David A. (2004). When all else fails: government as the ultimate risk manager. Cambridge, Massachusetts London: Harvard University Press. ISBN 9780674016095.
  • Moss, David (2007). A concise guide to macroeconomics: what managers, executives, and students need to know. Boston, Massachusetts: Harvard Business School Press. ISBN 9781422101797.
  • Moss, David A.; Cisternino, John A. (2009). New perspectives on regulation. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Tobin Project. ISBN 9780982478806.


  1. ^ a b "Moss, David A., 1964-". Library of Congress. Retrieved 2014. data sheet (b. 10-23-64)
  2. ^ "David Moss' personal page at Harvard". Faculty & Research. Harvard University. 2006. Retrieved 2006.
  3. ^ "Biography from Harvard". John G. McLean Professor of Business Administration. Harvard University. 2006. Retrieved 2006.

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