Came to the United States, 1940. Official, Ministry of Commerce, Czechoslovakia, 1919. With Czechoslovak Economic Service, Berlin, 1920-1923.
Secretary Czechoslovak Chamber of Commerce and Ministry, Prague, 1923-1926. Director research department Czechoslovak National Bank, Prague, 1926-1934. General manager United Chemical and Metallurgical Works, Prague, 1934-1939.
Visiting professor economics Brown U., 1940-1942. Lecturer in economics, Columbia, since 1942 chief economist International Bank for Reconstrn. and Development, Washington, 1942-1957, resident representative in India, 1957-1959, head of the capital market unit, 1959-1961. Visiting professor economics University of Michigan Ann Arbor, 1961-1965.
Consultant Inter-American Development Bank, 1966, Asian Institute for Development and Planning, 1967-1968.
Author: A Price for Peace. New Europe and the World Markets, 1945. International Bank, 1945-1949 (a review), 1950.
The Future of Foreign Lending for Development, 1962. Financing Economic Development, 1964. Capital Markets of the European Economic Community, 1965.
APragmatic Approach to Economic Development, 1971.