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Michael Joseph Meehan

Michael Joseph Meehan, American economist. Member American Economics Association, Catholic Economics Association, American Statistical Association Roman Catholic Knights of Columbus.

Background

  • Meehan, Michael Joseph was born on July 13, 1901 in Auburn, New York, United States. Son of Michael Bernard and Helen (Walsh) Meehan.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Georgetown University, 1927. Littauer certificate, Harvard, 1938. Graduate work, Catholic University of America, 1935-1937, 1938-1942.

    Career

    • 1 son, Joseph Gerard. Analyst, Latin American division, bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, unites states department of Commerce, 1923-1929. Staff member, International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, New York City, 1929-1931.

      Editor, Survey of Current Business, bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 1932-1937, chief, business review division, research and statistics, chief statistician, 1938-1942. Director, Progress Division, West Palm Beach, 1942-1944. Chief, research and statistics division, bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 1944-1946.

      Assistant director, Office of Business Economics, United States Department of Commerce, 1946-1948, director since 1949. Alternate member, Temporary National Economics Committee, 1940-1941. Faculty consultant Littauer School of Public Administration, Harvard, 1937-1938.

    Works

    • Author of several pamphlets on Latin American Editor of Survey of Current Business.

    Membership

    Member American Economics Association, Catholic Economics Association, American Statistical Association Roman Catholic Knights of Columbus.

    Connections

    • Married Regina Lanigan, June 19, 1928.
    • father: Michael Bernard Meehan
    • mother: Helen (Walsh) Meehan
    • spouse: Regina Lanigan
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    Born July 13, 1901
    Died March 24, 1963
    (aged 61)
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