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George Milton Janes

George Milton Janes, American economist.

Background

  • Janes, George Milton was born on April 18, 1869 in Utica, New York, United States. Son of Joseph and Jane (Isaacs) Janes.

  • Education

    • Graduate Bangor Seminary, 1899. Bachelor of Letters, Dartmouth, 1901. Bachelor of Arts, Middlebury College, 1903.

      A.M., Harvard, 1910; Doctor of Philisophy, Johns Hopkins, 1913.

    Career

    • Instructor political and social science, University of Washington, 1913-1917. Assistant professor economics and political science, University of North Dakota, 1917-1919. Professor economics, Washington and Jefferson College, 1919-1925.

      Professor economics and sociology, and head of department, Kenyon College, 1925-1934, emeritus. Author: The Pilgrim Spirit and Other Essays, 1904. The Control of Strikes in American Trade Unions, 1916.

      American Trade Unionism, 1922. Who Should Have Wealth, and Other Papers, 1925. Man and Society, 1927.

      Seven Social Thinkers, 1934. Associate editor New Century Book of Facts. Home: Oberlin, O.

    Works

    • Author: The Pilgrim Spirit and Other Essays, 1904. The Control of Strikes in American Trade Unions, 1916. American Trade Unionism, 1922.

      Who Should Have Wealth, and Other Papers, 1925. Man and Society, 1927. Seven Social Thinkers, 1934.

      Associate editor New Century Book of Facts.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Alice Helme, November 21, 1904. Children: Bernon Helme, Robert Brown, Milton.
    • father: Joseph Janes
    • mother: Jane (Isaacs) Janes
    • spouse: Mary Alice Helme
    • children: Bernon Helme Janes
    • Robert Brown Janes
    • Milton Janes
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    Born April 18, 1869
    Died December 24, 1936
    (aged 67)
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