Jack I. Stone (1920- )
was UNCTAD's director of research (1970-77) and of its Special
Program on Least Developed, Land-Locked and Island Developing
Countries (1977-81). Since 1981, his consultancies include
economic research for UNDP, the Eastern Caribbean, UN, UNCTAD
and the World Bank. He was head of financial policies in
OECD's Development Assistance Department (1967-70), and
a senior economist for USAID (1963-66). Earlier, he was
an analyst with the postwar military government in Germany
and the Marshall Plan, Fomento Economico in Puerto Rico,
and deputy director for the Upper Midwest Economic Study
at the University of Minnesota. He was born in the U.S.
and educated at the University of Chicago and Harvard University.