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Paul Studenski

Paul Studenski, Russian economist. Member Tax Institute, American Economics Association, National Tax Association, American Society Public Administration, International Association Research in Income and Wealth, International Institute Public Finance, Early birds, other orgns.

Background

  • Studenski, Paul was born on November 13, 1887 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Son of Maximilian and Stefanie (Perez) Studenski.

  • Education

    • Student of University St. Petersburg Faculty of Law, 1905-1908, U. Paris Faculty of Natural Sciences, 1908-1909, New York University School Commerce, 1915-1917. Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia, 1921.

    Career

    • Came to the United States, 1911. Pioneer aviator, licensed pilot (Bleriot), 1910, Aero Club of France. Member of staff New York Bureau Municipal Research, 1914-1917.

      Member of staff, director bureau state research New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, 1917-1925. Staff Institute Public Administration, 1925-1926. Lecturer Training School for Public Service, 1920-1924.

      Secretary commission on government met areas National Municipal League, 1926-1927. Instructor extension department Columbia, 1926-1927. Lecturer public finance New York University, 1927-1930, assistant professor economics, 1930-1931, associate professor, 1931-1935, professor, 1935-1953, professor emeritus, since 1954.

      Director Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration, New York University-Syracuse University, 1954-1957. Visiting professor U. Pittsburgh, summer 1958. Recipient Ford Foundation grant, lecturing in Poland and Yugoslavia, fall 1959.

      Cons. fiscal and economics problems to federal, state, local government agencies, since 1917, including National Resources Committee, 1935-1937, Social Security Board, 1939-1942, Bureau Budget, 1942, New York State Division Budget, 1943-1954, New York State Commision on Need for State University, 1946-1948, New York State Constitutional Convention Commission, 1937-1938, New York State Commision on Revision of Constitution, since 1957. Member administrative and legislative commissions, including New York State Commision on Technology Institutions, 1943-1944, Commission to Coordinate State Activities, 1943-1955, Commision on Pensions, 1954-1957.

    Works

    • Author: Government of Metropolitan Area, 1930. Taxation and Public Policy, 1936. Measurement of Variations in State Fiscal Capacity, 1943.

      (with H. E. Krooss) Financial History of the United States, 1952. The Income of Nations, 1958. Editor various publications.

    Membership

    Member Tax Institute, American Economics Association, National Tax Association, American Society Public Administration, International Association Research in Income and Wealth, International Institute Public Finance, Early birds, other orgns.

    Connections

    • Married Esther Robbins, January 24, 1913. Children: Robert, Vera.
    • father: Maximilian Studenski
    • mother: Stefanie (Perez) Studenski
    • spouse: Esther Robbins
    • children: Robert Studenski
    • Vera Studenski
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    Born November 13, 1887
    Died November 2, 1911
    (aged 23)
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