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William Frederick Notz

William Frederick Notz, American economist. member exec.

Background

  • Notz, William Frederick was born on August 10, 1879 in Watertown, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Frederick William Augustus and Julia (Schulz) Notz.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Northwestern College, Watertown, Wisconsin, 1897. Studied economics and philology, university of Pennsylvania, Leipzig and Wisconsin. Master of Arts, University of Wisconsin, 1907, Doctor of Philosophy., 1909.

      Doctor of Laws, Georgetown University, 1929.

    Career

    • Professor, Northwestern College, 1904-1913. Special agent, United States Bureau Corps., 1913-1915. Special agent Federal Trade Commission, 1915.

      Research in European countries, 1914, covering cartels and industrial combines, unfair competition and trust legislation, for United States Bureau Corps. Chief of export trade div. of Federal Trade Commission, 1919-1927. Investigated co-operative movement in Europe for Federal Trade Commission, 1923.

      Professor of economics, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, since 1919, also member Executive Committee of faculty, since 1920, and dean, since 1923. Senior economic analyst, Bureau Foreign and Domestic Commerce, unites states department Commerce, 1927-1929. Lecturer Universities of Berlin, 1925, Cologne, Leipzig, Prague and Kiel, 1930, George Washington University, summer 1931.

      Chairman board of directors Academy of World Economics, Washington, District of Columbia, since 1932. Officer Order of Star (Roumania), 1927. Author: The Masoretic Text of Nahum, critically compared with the ancient versions, 1909.

      Monopolies in the Ancient Orient, 1917. American Foreign Trade as Promoted by the Webb-Pomerene and Edge Acts (with Richard S. Harvey), 1921. Friedrich List in America, 1925.

      Representative International Cartels, Combines and Trusts, 1929. Friedrich List’s Werke, 1931. Home: Washington, Distric.

    Works

    • Author: The Masoretic Text of Nahum, critically compared with the ancient versions, 1909. Monopolies in the Ancient Orient, 1917. American Foreign Trade as Promoted by the Webb-Pomerene and Edge Acts (with Richard S. Harvey), 1921.

      Friedrich List in America, 1925. Representative International Cartels, Combines and Trusts, 1929. Friedrich List’s Werke, 1931.

    Membership

    Member exec.

    Connections

    • Married Rebecca Laurens Love, August 20, 1918. Children: Ellen Cornelia, William Alan, Nataly Faith.
    • father: Frederick William Augustus Notz
    • mother: Julia (Schulz) Notz
    • spouse: Rebecca Laurens Love
    • children: Ellen Cornelia Notz
    • William Alan Notz
    • Nataly Faith Notz
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    Died June 4, 1935
    (aged 55)
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