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James Harvey Rogers

James Harvey Rogers, American economist. Served as First lieutenant United States of America, 1918-1919.

Background

  • Rogers, James Harvey was born on September 25, 1886 in Society Hill, South Carolina, United States. Son of John Terrel and Florence (Coker) Rogers.

  • Education

    • Graduate study University of Geneva, Switzerland, 1914-1915.

    Career

    • Instructor in economics, University of Missouri, 1916-1917, associate professor, 1919-1920. Assistant professor economics, Cornell Univercity, 1920-1923. Professor economics, University of Missouri, 1923-1930.

      Professor of political economy, Yale, since 1930. Sterling professor political economy, Yale, since 1931. Fellow Pierson College Lecturer Geneva School of International Studies, 5 times, 1926-1935.

      Statistician Council of National Defense, Washington, 1917-1918. Member Economic Committee League of Nations, 1933-1937. Special representative United States Treasury in China, Japan and India, 1934.

    Works

    • Author: Stock Speculation and the Money Market, 1927. The Process of Inflation in France (1914-1927), 1929. Section on Foreign Markets and Foreign Credits of the Report of the Committee on Recent Economic Changes, of the President’s Conference on Unemployment, 1929.

      America Weighs Her Gold, 1931.

    Membership

    Served as First lieutenant United States of America, 1918-1919.

    Connections

    • father: John Terrel Rogers
    • mother: Florence (Coker) Rogers
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    Died August 13, 1939
    (aged 52)
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