Supervisor legal and research divisions State Department Finance, 1933-1936. Chairman Saskatchewan Taxation Commission, 1936. Manager research department Lawrence Stern & Company, Chicago, 1937.
Assistant professor finance University of Chicago, 1938-1940, associate professor, 1940-1942, professor, secretary, 1942-1948, vice president, 1945-1948. Professor, bus and economics policy dean University of California Graduate School Business Administration, Los Angeles, 1948-1968, Armand Hammer professor business econs, and policy, 1968-1979. consultant Rand Corporation, 1951-1961. Chairman Illinois Emergency Relief Commission, 1940-1941.
Member research advisory board Committee for Economics Development, 1942-1948, member research staff National Bureau Economics Research, 1940-1945. Member Pres’s Council Economics Advisors, 1953-1955. United States representative Economics and Social Council United Nations, from 1957. director Occidental Petroleum Corporation, 1959-1979. chairman, member Executive Committee 2nd audit committee.
1972-1979; head United States Aid Evaluation Mission to Taiwan, 1965. Chairman President’s Task Force on Economics Growth, 1969. Public member The Pay Board, 1971-1973.
Author books including: (with R.J. Saulnier) Business Finance and Banking, 1946. Can Prosperity Be Sustained, 1956. United States Aid to Taiwan, 1966.
European Economics: East and West, 1967. Corporate Power and Social Responsibility, 1973. Multitudinal Oil, 1974.
Bribery and Extortion in World Business, 1977.
Born September 19, 1909