Robert B. Warren
Robert B. Warren, American economist.
Warren, Robert B. was born on March 15, 1891 in Prattsburg, New York, United States. Son of George William and Claire Seymour (Beach) Warren.
Bachelor of Arts, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, 1912. A.M., Harvard, 1916.
Instructor Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey, 1912-1915. Associate editor, American City Magazine, New York City, 1920-1921. Economist, div. of research, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, 1922-1926.
Economist, foreign department, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 1926-1927. Economist and vice-president Case, Pomeroy & County, New York, 1928-1938. Professor of economics, Institute for Advanced study, Princeton, New Jersey, since 1939.
Consultant, United States Treasury, 1942-1945. Captain, Infantry, United States Reserve, 1917-1919. Author: The State in Society (with Henry Clay and Leo Wollman), 1939.
The Search for Financial Security, 1940. Home: R.F.D. 2, Princeton, New Jersey.
Author: The State in Society (with Henry Clay and Leo Wollman), 1939. The Search for Financial Security, 1940.