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Everett Johnston Coil

economist

Everett Johnston Coil, American economist. Member American Economics Association, American Society Planning Officials, American Society Public Administration, American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Background

Coil, Everett Johnston was born on August 30, 1907 in Mexico, Missouri, United States. Son of Paul Everett and Floy (Johnston) Coil.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, William Jewell College, 1928. Master of Business Administration, Harvard, 1930. Student, Columbia, 1931.

Career

Assistant professor economics U. Maine 1930. Instructor economics Columbia, 1931. Associate Doctor Hari Singh Gour Person, consultant business management, New York City, 1932-1933.

Associate economist National Resources Committee, 1934-1935. Economist Rural Electrification Administration, 1936-1937. Executive director National Planning Association, since 1937.

Works

  • Author: Little Waters (with Harlow S. Person), 1935. Rural Electric Cooperatives in Europe, 1937. Democracies Must Also Plan, 1939.

    War and Our Latin American Trade Policy, 1939. Work includes general supervision of published writings relating to research studies of National Planning Association.

Membership

Member American Economics Association, American Society Planning Officials, American Society Public Administration, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Clubs: Cosmos (Washington).

Connections

Married Mary Beaton, January 1, 1941. Children: Ann D., Paul.

father:
Paul Everett Coil

mother:
Floy (Johnston) Coil

spouse:
Mary Beaton

children:
Ann D. Coil

Paul Coil