Miles Becomes an Emeritus Professor of the University of Michigan

When I moved to the University of Colorado Boulder a few months ago, I had taught for 29 years at the University of Michigan. As a result, even though I was only 56 years old, I was able to retire instead of resign from the University of Michigan. I am now officially an Emeritus Professor of Economics and Emeritus Research Professor (in Survey Research) of the University of Michigan. 

I post the official notice here partly because it gives an excellent–though perhaps a bit overly shiny–picture of my academic career to date. Someone who likes me must have written it. :)

I am proud of my long association with both the Economics Department and the Survey Research Center at the University of Michigan, and am glad to still have this official tie to the University of Michigan and my colleagues there.