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Joseph Philip Goldberg, American Government official ( govt: executive administration)government official. Recipient research grants Yale Fund, Harvard, University of Michigan, Ford Foundation; Meritorious Service award Labor Department, 1963,85, Commissioner's Eminent Service award, 1973. Member Industrial Relations Research Association (president District of Columbia chapter 1963-1964.

Background

Goldberg, Joseph Philip was born on May 1, 1918 in Brooklyn. Son of Max and Fanny (Steltzer) Goldberg.

Education

BSS, City College of New York, 1937. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1938. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1950.

Career

Economics history City College of New York, 1937-1939. High school teacher, New York City, 1938-1942. Economist Bureau Labor Statistics, Washington, 1942.

Economics adviser National War Labor Board and Wage Stabilization Board, Washington, 1943-1946. Labor adviser Office of Housing Expediter, 1946-1948. Staff director joint congressional committee, 1948.

Division chief Bureau Labor Statistics, Labor Department, Washington, 1949-1951, special assistant tocommr. of labor statistics, 1954-1986. With Wage Stabilization Board, 1951-1953. Instructor American U., 1948-1949.

Research associate Harvard University, 1957, University of Michigan, 1964-1969, International Labor Organization Institute Industrial Relations Studies, 1973^. United States delegate 22 International Labor Organization maritime and international labor confs., 1956-1985. Consultant on maritime industry unites states department Labor, 1986^.

President, J.F. Kennedy High School Parent-Teachers Association, 1968-1969, New Hampshire Estates, 1956-1957, trustee schools Montgomery County, 1957-1962, 86^. Arbitrator, consumer protection and Health Advovacy Specialist Maryland. State Attorney General.

Mediator Washington Mediation Svc., Docent-Smithsonian Institute, 1986^.

Membership

President J.F. Kennedy High School Parent-Teachers Association, 1968-1969, New Hampshire Estates, 1956-1957, trustee schools Montgomery County, 1957-1962, 86—. Arbitrator, consumer protection and Health Advocacy Specialist Maryland State Attorney General. Mediator Washington Mediation Service, Docent-Smithsonian Institute, 1986-1999.

Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Industrial Relations Research Association (president District of Columbia chapter 1963-1964, member national executive board 1973-1976), American Economic Association, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Selma Takiff, August 22, 1943. Children: Seth M., Lise A. Instructor.

father:
Max Goldberg

mother:
Fanny (Steltzer) Goldberg

spouse:
Selma Takiff

children:
Seth M. Goldberg

Lise A. Instr Goldberg