Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts Doctor of Philosophy Harvard University, 1920, 1921, 1927.
Expert on monetary theory and policy, whose Theory of Prices represented a lifetime’s work of scholarship in the history of monetary theory, achieving a monumental grasp of the material combined with an eye for detail that has never been equalled before or since. Instructor, Economics, Harvard University, 1932-1937. Association Professor, Professor of Economics, University Minnesota, 1927-1930,1930-1948.
Visiting Professor, University California Berkeley, 1936. Chief Finance Division, United States Element Allied Committee Austria, 1945-1948. Chief, Economics Division, Council Foreign Ministers, London, Moscow, 1947-1948.
Consultant, United States Treasury, 1948. Director, Division Intematational Finance Board Governors, Federal Reserve System, 1950-1961. United States Economics Adviser, Committee Central American Integration, 1961-1962.