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Bryce Morrison Stewart

economist.

Bryce Morrison Stewart, Canadian economist. Member President Hoover’s Emergency Committee for Employment, 1930-1931; member State advisory council New York State Employment Service, 1930-1940; member economics advising committee Canadian Government, 1941-1942. Trustee Queens U. since 1939.; Member American Statistical Association, American Economic Association, Royal Economic Society Great Britain, Canadian Political Science Association.

Background

Stewart, Bryce Morrison was born on November 24, 1883 in Lyn, Ontario, Canada. Son of Alexander Watt and Jemima (Morrison) Stewart.

Education

Master of Arts, Queens U., Kingston, Ontario, 1911. Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia, 1926.

Career

Research worker and statistician Canadian Department Labour, 1914-1918, and editor Labour Gazette of Canadian Department of Labour, 1917. Director Employment Service of Canada, 1918-1922. President International Association Public Employment Services, 1919-1921.

In charge administration employment exchanges and unemployment insurance, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1922-1927. Staff member Indusl. Relations Counselors, Inc., New York City, 1927-1930, director research since 1930. Assistant director since 1934, member board of trustees, since 1945.

Deputy minister of labor, Canada, 1940-1942 (on leave).

Works

  • Author or co-author books relating to field since 1926.

Membership

Member President Hoover’s Emergency Committee for Employment, 1930-1931. Member State advisory council New York State Employment Service, 1930-1940. Member economics advising committee Canadian Government, 1941-1942.

Trustee Queens U. since 1939. Member American Statistical Association, American Economic Association, Royal Economic Society Great Britain, Canadian Political Science Association.

Connections

Married Annabel Murray, September 15, 1914.

father:
Alexander Watt Stewart

mother:
Jemima (Morrison) Stewart

spouse:
Annabel Murray