Attacked the classical international trade theory, particularly the two-country, two-commodity approach and the assumption of comparative advantage statically conceived. Rejection of Graham’s criticisms was for years the litmus-paper test of orthodoxy in trade theory. Served on the special United States War Department Commission on the conduct of the war in 1945.
Instructor Economics, Rutgers College, 1917-1920. Assistant Professor, Dartmouth College, 1920-1921. Professor, Princeton University, 1921-1949.
- Exchange, Prices, and Production in Hyper-inflation: Germany, 1920-1923
- This large-scale study of the German hyper-inflation is definitive in the English language.
- The relation of a protective tariff to agriculture. Speech of Hon. Frank Hiscock, of New York, in th
- This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality.
- The relation of a protective tariff to agriculture. Speech of Hon. Frank Hiscock, of New York, in the House of Representatives, Apr. 29, 1884
- This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
- Exchange, Prices, and Production in Hyperinflation: Germany, 1920-1923
- This is a new release of the original 1930 edition.