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Alexander Moses Rosenson

economist , government official

Alexander Moses Rosenson, American economist, government official. Member of staff Brookings Institute, Washington, 1940; member United States delegation Allied Reparations Commission, 1945, to Contracting Parties of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 1953; member United States delegation to Economics Common for Latin American, 1955.; Member American Economics Association Beta Kappa.

Background

Rosenson, Alexander Moses was born on June 4, 1900 in New York City. Son of Seidel and Yetta (Osmansky) Rosenson.

Education

Master of Arts, University California, 1938. Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1953.

Career

Member of staff Brookings Institute, Washington, 1940. Economist Department of State, 1942, chief Monetary Affairs Staff 1951. Alternate United States executive director Inter-American Development Bank, 1961-1967, deputy administrative manager, 1967-1969.

Member United States delegation Allied Reparations Commission, 1945, to Contracting Parties of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 1953. Member United States delegation to Economics Common for Latin American, 1955.

Works

  • Contributor professional journals.

Membership

Member of staff Brookings Institute, Washington, 1940. Member United States delegation Allied Reparations Commission, 1945, to Contracting Parties of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 1953. Member United States delegation to Economics Common for Latin American, 1955.

Member American Economics Association Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Miriam Shapiro, May 31, 1925. Children: Vivian, Leon.

father:
Seidel Rosenson

mother:
Yetta (Osmansky) Rosenson

spouse:
Miriam Shapiro

children:
Vivian Rosenson

Leon Rosenson