Assistant and instructor Cornell, 1928-1931, instructor, 1931-1934, assistant professor, 1934-1935, professor marketing, 1935-1946. Field agent in research Federal Farm Board, 1930-1931. Business analyst Bank for Cooperative, Farm Credit Administration, 1934.
Acting head department agricultural economics U. Puerto Rico, 1937. Economist Foundation for Economics Education, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York, 1946-1958. Research economist William Volker Fund, Burlingame, California, 1958-1962.
Visiting lecturer social philosophy Wabash College, 1962-1963. Secretary Institute for Humane Studies, Incorporated, 1963-1964, executive vice president, 1964-1965, president, 1965-1973. Member board lecturers Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
In Search of Peace, 1951. Sequoyah, Symbol of Free Men, 1952.
Morals and The Welfare State, 1951. Gaining the Free Market, 1952. A Just Price, 1953
Why Wages Rise, 1957.
La Sociedad y la Libertad, Mexico, 1956. The Greatest Economic Charity, 1958. Para Recuperas La Libertad, 1960.
Savings: The Greatest Economic Charity, 1965. Contributor: Essays on Liberty, vols. I-V
Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member Mont Pelerin (International) Society, Society for Freedom in Science, Centro de Estudios Sobra la Liberta (Argentina. Member of advisory board), American Economics Association, American Statistical Association, American Academy Political and Social Sciences, American Marketing Association, Academy Political Science, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Pi Kappa Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon.
Born February 7, 1905