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Hans Philip Neisser

economist

Hans Philip Neisser, German economist. Fellow Econometric Society; member American Economics Association.

Background

Neisser, Hans Philip was born on September 3, 1895 in Breslau, Germany. Son of Gustav and Else (Siberstein) Neisser.

Education

D.U.J., University of Breslau, 1919, D.S.S., 1921.

Career

Research officer various commission economics German Government, Berlin, 1922-1927. Editor economics weekly Magazine Wirtschaft, 1925-1926. Instructor lecturer University of Kiel, Germany, 1927-1933.

Research principal Institute World Economy, Kiel, 1927-1933. Professor monetary theory University of Pennsylvania, 1933-1943. Principal economics div. research O.P.A., Washington, 1942-1943.

Professor economics Graduate Faculty, Political and Social Science, New School for Social Research, New York City, 1943-1965, emeritus 1965-1975. Research principal Institute World Affairs, 1943-1951. Fulbright lecturer University of Queensland, 1954.

Works

  • Author: The Exchange Value of Money, 1927. Some International Aspects of The Business Cycle, 1936. National Income and International Trade, 1954 (with Modigliani).On the Sociology of Knowledge, 1965. Also articles in field economics.

Membership

Fellow Econometric Society. Member American Economics Association.

Connections

Married Charlotte Schroeter, 1923. Children: Marianne Higher Education, Ulric R. Came to the United States, 1933, naturalized, 1939.

father:
Gustav Neisser

mother:
Else (Siberstein) Neisser

spouse:
Charlotte Schroeter

children:
Marianne Higher Education Neisser

Ulric R. Came to the United States Neisser

1933 Neisser

naturalized Neisser

1939 Neisser