Instructor in commerce and industry Amos Tuck School of Administration and Finance, Dartmouth, 1902-1904, secretary and assistant professor, 1904-1908, director and professor of business organization and management, 1908-1922. Managing director Taylor Society, New York, 1919-1933. Consultant business organization and management, since 1933.
Member Mississippi Valley Committee, 1934. Acting chairman water planning committee, actind director water resources section National Resources Board and National Resources Committee, 1934-1935. Economics consultant National Resources Committee, 1935, Rural Electrification Administration, since 1935.
Member President’s Great Plains Committee 1936. Consultant economist and chief of staff, United States-Mexico Oil Commission, 1942. Major Ordnance R.C. and major, Inspector, Gen’s Department, 1918.
Member American Economics Association, Taylor Society, American Statistical Association, American Society for Public Administration, American Association University Professors, National Planning Association, Masaryk Academy (Prague, honorary), Phi Beta Kappa, Artus. Clubs: Faculty (Columbia University), City.
Born February 16, 1875