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Martin Gustave Glaeser

Martin Gustave Glaeser, German economist. Member American Economics Association; Club: University (Madison, Wisconsin).; Member editorial board Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics.

Background

  • Glaeser, Martin Gustave was born on August 11, 1888 in Tepliwodau, Germany. Son of Gustave and Bertha (Bartsch) Glaeser.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University of Wisconsin, 1911. Ph. D., Harvard, 1925.

    Career

    • 1 daughter Olive Elizabeth. Came to the United States, 1892, naturalized, 1897. Statistical clerk Wisconsin Railroad Commission, 1911-1913, statistician and case investigator, 1914-1918.

      Lecturer economics, University of Wisconsin, 1917, successively instructor, assistant professor, associate professor and professor of economics since 1919. Executive secretary Public Utility Acquisition Committee, Milwaukee, 1920-1925. Special adviser Tennessee Valley Authority, 1933-1936, chief power planning engineer, 1937-1938.

    Works

    • Author: Outlines of Public Utility Economics, 1927.

    Membership

    Member American Economics Association. Club: University (Madison, Wisconsin).; Member editorial board Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics.

    Connections

    • Married Nina Gertrude Cattrell, December 14, 1915 (died 1936), 1 daughter.; married second, Rosalie Mullins, 1938.
    • father: Gustave Glaeser
    • mother: Bertha (Bartsch) Glaeser
    • spouses: Nina Gertrude Cattrell
    • Rosalie Mullins
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    Born August 11, 1888
    Died March 19, 1967
    (aged 78)
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