Chilldren—Harold Joseph (by 1st marriage), Hugh Patterson and Floralie Jane (by 2d marriage). Instructor, later assistant professor political economy University of Wisconsin, 1910-1917. Statistician United States Public Health Service, field investigations of pellagra, 1917-1920.
Economist National Bureau Economics Research, April 1920-1927. Professor economics New York University, 1927-1945, emeritus since 1945. Chairman, Committee for Constitutional Government, since 1945.
Author: The Elements of Statistical Method, 1911. Exercises in Statistical Method, 1913. The Valuation of Urban Realty for Purposes of Taxation, 1914.
The Wealth and Income of the People of the United States, 1915. Income in the United States (joint author), 1922. Employment, Hours, and Earnings in Prosperity and Depression, 1923.
Trends in Philanthropy, 1928. Economics in Rhyme, 1929. The Small Loan Situation in New Jersey in 1929.
Index Numbers Elucidated, 1930. The National Income and Its Purchasing Power, 1930. The Causes of Economic Fluctuations, 1940.
The Keys to Prosperity, 1948.