Earl Edward. Assistant professor economics, sociology Hobart College, Geneva, New York, 1921-1922. Instructor economics, social instns. Princeton, 1922-1925.
Assistant professor economics U. Pittsburgh, summers 1922, 23, Pennsylvania State College, summers 1925, 27, 28. Assistant professor economics New York University, 1925-1928, associate professor, 1928-1931, professor, 1931-1960, now professor emeritus. Visiting professor social science Fairleigh Dickinson U., Madison, New Jersey, 1960-1961.
Lecturer New York Institute Credit, since 1961, American Institute Banking, since 1962.
Author: Race Contact, 1927, review 1948. Urban Sociology, 1938. Social Security, 1944.
Proposals for Health, Old Age and Unemployment Insurance, 1946. Compulsory Sickness Compensation for New York State (with A. J. Duncan, E. W. Wilson, et al), 1947. Growth and Trends in Social Security, 1949.