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David Aloysius Mccabe


David Aloysius Mccabe, American economist.


Mccabe, David Aloysius was born on March 8, 1883 in Providence, Rhode Island, United States. Son of James and Anna Rebecca (Bradley) M.


Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1904. Doctor of Philisophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1909.


Special agent of Department of Agriculture and Technology Instruction for Ireland, 1904-1905. Instructor economics, Catholic University of America, 1905-1908. Fellow in political economy, Johns Hopkins, 1908-1909.

Instructor economics, Princeton University, 1909-1910, assistant professor, 1910-1919, professor from 1919. Joseph Douglas Green, 1895, professor of economics, 1938-1952, professor emeritus from 1952. Special agent United States Commision on Industrial Relations, 1914, 15.

Chairman Newark Regional Labor Board, 1933-1934. Economics consultant to National Defense Advisory Commission, 1941. Office of Price Administration, 1942.

Investigator and arbitrator National War Labor Board, 1942-1944. Consultant, War Shipping Administration, 1945-1946. First Lieutenant Signal R.C., Aviation Section, October 12, 1917.

Captain, A.S.A., October 9-December 16, 1918.


  • Author: The Standard Rate in American Trade Unions, 1912. (with G. E. Barnett) Mediation, Investigation and Arbitration in Industrial Disputes, 1916. National Collective Bargaining in the Pottery Industry, 1932.

    Labor and Social Organization (with R. A. Lester), 1948.


Married Irene Louise Duntlin, June 21, 1929. Children: Anne Lucie, Patricia Alice.

James M.

Anna Rebecca (Bradley) M.

Irene Louise Duntlin

Anne Lucie Mccabe

Patricia Alice Mccabe