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Elizabeth Bradford Faulkner Baker

economist

Elizabeth Bradford Faulkner Baker, American economist. Member faculty Barnard College, Columbia, 1919-1952, department chairman economics, 1940-1952, professor economics, 1948-1952, emeritus professor, 1952-1973. Public; member, panel chairman Region II, National War Labor Board, 1942-1945; Member American Economics Association, National Planning Association.

Background

Baker, Elizabeth Bradford Faulkner was born in 1886 in Abilene, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Lothrop Hedge and Hattie (Bearce) Faulkner.

Education

B.L., University of California at Berkeley, 1914. A.M., Columbia, 1919 Doctor of Philosophy., 1925.

Works

  • Author: Impact of Printing Technology, 1953. Also articles.

Membership

Member faculty Barnard College, Columbia, 1919-1952, department chairman economics, 1940-1952, professor economics, 1948-1952, emeritus professor, 1952-1973. Public; member, panel chairman Region II, National War Labor Board, 1942-1945. Member American Economics Association, National Planning Association.

Connections

father:
Lothrop Hedge Faulkner

mother:
Hattie (Bearce) Faulkner