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Arthur Burnham Woodford

economist.

Arthur Burnham Woodford, American economist. member Patriotic League, American Institute Civics.

Background

Woodford, Arthur Burnham was born on October 7, 1861 in Winsted, Connecticut, United States. Son of John and Laura (Burnham) Woodford.

Education

Bachelor of Philosophy, Sheffield Scientific School (Yale), 1881. Post-graduate work, University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins, Ecole des Sciences Politiques, Paris, University of Berlin, 1881-1885. A.M., Indiana University, 1886.

Doctor of Philisophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1891.

Career

Of Labor, 1885; professor Indiana University, 1885-1889, Wharton School of Finance, University of Pennsylvania, 1891-1892, School of Social Economics, 1892-1896. Lecturer New York University, 1895-1898. Instructor, 1897-1906, rector, 1906-1916, Hopkins Grammar School Life member American Economics Association.

Member Patriotic League, American Institute Civics.

Works

  • Author: The Economic Primer, 1895. Contributor to economics journals.

Membership

Member Patriotic League, American Institute Civics. Clubs: Graduate, Country (New Haven).

Connections

Married Margaret Cornelia Bowditch, of New Haven, Connecticut, August 19, 1885. Children: Francis B., Burnham B., Esther B., Margaret B. Special agent unites states department.

father:
John Woodford

mother:
Laura (Burnham) Woodford

spouse:
Margaret Cornelia Bowditch

children:
Francis B. Woodford

Burnham B. Woodford

Esther B. Woodford

Margaret B. Special agent United States Dept Woodford