Remembering the academics who helped make our department what it is today.

Clive W. J. Granger (1934 – 2009)

Beloved Father, Husband, and Friend
Renowned Professor Economics
Nobel Laureate
Order of Knight Bachelor

Clive was a generous man who devoted huge amounts of time to advising students, colleagues and visitors. He had an unusual combination of intellect, warmth and humility that provided constant inspiration for those around him. Please use this page to honor Clive and his family by sharing your memories, thoughts and stories of how he impacted you and the world around him.

Also see: A Celebration of the Life of Clive W. J. Granger; Cementing Clive Granger’s Legacy

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  1. I had Prof. Grainger way back in 1986. Managerial Accounting – Econ 173 if I remember correctly? I think he was a still a visiting professor at that time? My friends are always impressed that I took a class from a Nobel Prize winner. He was a pretty cool kat back then. I am sorry to hear of his passing.

    Todd Fox
    BS Physics
    BS Economics
    Warren College, UCSD 1987

  2. Back in the mid-80’s I had the pleasure of taking a course from Professor Granger. I truthfully do not remember the name of the course or any specifics about what I studied but I do remember Professor Granger. He was so impressive as an instructor – knowledgable and approachable. Such a lovely man. I have always remembered him from my days as a UCSD undergrad.

  3. I was an undergraduate in Dr. Granger’s Business Forecasting class in the early 80’s. It was a intense course, but somehow he made it fun and understandable for a disinterested youth such as myself; so much so that I still remember him clearly nearly 30 years later. On the last day of class he joked something to the effect of: “If any of this forecasting stuff I have taught you over the last quarter could accurately predict the stock market, do you think I would actually be standing here teaching it to you!” We all laughed and took our memories of him. He is a great man.

    -Kris

  4. I had the pleasure of learning from Dr. Granger 24 years ago as an undergraduate. I have continued to follow the professors who had a profound effect on my learning, career and outlook on life, and Dr.Granger was always there. I was so pleased when he won awards and knew the Nobel would not change this gentle giant of a man. What a tremendous gift he was for UCSD, and an even more tremendous loss.

  5. I will always remember and appreciate Dr. Granger. I was an undergraduate at UCSD from 79 to 84. Dr. Granger was my advisor for my special project. In Management Science you had to have an advisor and a special semester long project for graduation. I remember sitting in his office and discussing it with him, spending time with him one on one, etc… He was a gentle, brilliant person, one of the nicest people I have ever met. After UCSD I went on to earn an MBA at Berkeley. I always rememberd his class, the project I did under him and the special person he was. I was so looking forward to seeing him again and we have lost a truly great person.

    Dr. Granger will always be in my thoughts.

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