WASHINGTON – Quick biographical data on White House economic adviser Lawrence B. Lindsey, who resigned Friday morning:
NAME — Lawrence B. "Larry" Lindsey.
AGE — 48, born July 18, 1954.
EDUCATION — B.A., Bowdoin College, 1976. M.A. and Ph.D. in economics, Harvard University, 1985.
EXPERIENCE — Senior White House economic adviser, January 2001 to present; Federal Reserve, governor, 1991-1997; Board of the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp., chairman, 1993-1997; special assistant to President George Bush for policy development, 1989-91; professor of economics at Harvard, 1984-89; senior tax policy economist on President Reagan's Council of Economic Advisers, 1981-84.
FAMILY — Wife, Susan; two children.