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Elizabeth Bradford Faulkner Baker

Elizabeth Bradford Faulkner Baker, American economist. Member faculty Barnard College, Columbia, 1919-1952, department chairman economics, 1940-1952, professor economics, 1948-1952, emeritus professor, 1952-1973. Public; member, panel chairman Region II, National War Labor Board, 1942-1945; Member American Economics Association, National Planning Association.

Background

  • Baker, Elizabeth Bradford Faulkner was born in 1886 in Abilene, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Lothrop Hedge and Hattie (Bearce) Faulkner.

  • Education

    • B.L., University of California at Berkeley, 1914. A.M., Columbia, 1919 Doctor of Philosophy., 1925.

    Works

    • Author: Impact of Printing Technology, 1953. Also articles.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member faculty Barnard College, Columbia, 1919-1952, department chairman economics, 1940-1952, professor economics, 1948-1952, emeritus professor, 1952-1973. Public; member, panel chairman Region II, National War Labor Board, 1942-1945. Member American Economics Association, National Planning Association.

    Connections

    • father: Lothrop Hedge Faulkner
    • mother: Hattie (Bearce) Faulkner
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    Died February, 1973
    (aged 87)
    Nationality