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Isador Lubin

economist.

Isador Lubin, American economist.

Background

Lubin, Isador was born on June 9, 1896 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Harris and Hinda (Francke) Lubin.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Clark College, Worcester, 1916, Doctor of Laws, 1941. Student of University Missouri, 1916-1917, University of Michigan, 1919-1920. Doctor of Philosophy., Robert Brookings Graduate School, 1926.

Honorary Doctor of Laws, Brandeis U., 1966.

Career

; 1 daughter, Alice (Mistress A.L. Everitt). Married second, Ann Shumaker, February 29, 1932 (deceased November 1935). 1 daughter, Ann (Mistress L. Buttenwieser).

Married 3d, Carol Riegelman, January 30, 1952. Instructor economics U. Missouri, 1917-1918. Statistician United States Food Administration, 1918.

Special expert United States War Industries Board, 1918-1919. Assistant professor economics University of Michigan, 1920-1922. Associate professor economics U. Missouri, 1924.

Member of staff Brookings Institution, 1922-1933. Member teaching staff Robert Brookings Graduate School, 1923-1926. United States commissioner labor statistics, 1933-1946.

Economics assistant to White House, 1941-1945. Director Confidential Reports, Inc., president, Chairman of the Board 1946-1951. United States representative with rank of minister Economics and Social Council United Nations, 1946-1963, alternate delegate General Assembly, 1951-1953.

Industrial commissioner State New York, 1955-1959. Arthur T. Vanderbilt professor public affairs Rutgers University, 1959-1961, director urban fellowship div. Urban Center, 1961-1962.

Economics consultant Twentieth Century Fund, 1960-1976. Consultant United Israel Appeal on Programs in Israel, 1961-1978. Director Eastern Life Insurance Company, 1960-1972.

Former special assistant, adviser numerous governmental agys., International Labor Organization, United Nations, other international bodies. Member Council on Foreign Relations, 1949-1978. Member National Committee Money and Credit, 1958-1961.

Consultant Office Statistical Policy, United States Bureau Budget, 1946-1963. Chairman Amalgamated Shirt Industry Pension Fund. Chairman President’s Railroad Marine Workers Commission, 1963.

Columbia Seminar associate.

Works

  • Author of numerous books, monographs and reports. Contributor economics journals.

Membership

Member of staff Brookings Institution, 1922-1933. Member teaching staff Robert Brookings Graduate School, 1923-1926. Member Council on Foreign Relations, 1949-1978.

Member National Committee Money and Credit, 1958-1961. Member National Capitol Democratic. Member Executive Committee American Joint Distribution Committee.

Fellow International Institute Statistics, American Statistical Association (Vice-President 1937-1938, president 1946). Member American Economics Association. Clubs: Cosmos (Washington).

Connections

Married Alice Berliner, September 14, 1923 (divorced 1928).; married second, Ann Shumaker, February 29, 1932 (deceased.; married 3d, Carol Riegelman, January 30, 1952.

father:
Harris Lubin

mother:
Hinda (Francke) Lubin

spouses:
Alice Berliner

Ann Shumaker

Carol Riegelman