Dr Law Prague University, 1900. Habilitation University Vienna, 1907.
A lifelong interest in prevailing patterns of economic reasoning led him in old age to complete a massive history of economic thought. In earlier years, he was an expert on problems of housing, social security, labour statistics and the problem of interwar unemployment. Privatdozent, Ausserordentliche Professor, University Vienna, 1907-1914, 1914-1919.
Economics, Vienna Central Agency Housing Reform, Central Commission for Statistics, Austrian Ministry of Trade, Austrian Ministry of Social Administration, 1907-1921. Chief, Department Research and Statistics, International Labour Office, Geneva, 1921-1928. Professor of Economics, University Frankfurt, 1928-1933.
Economics, Brookings Institute, Institution, 1933-1935. Economics, United States Social Security Board, 1935-1942, United States Tariff Commission, 1942-1951.
(Book by Pribram, Professor Karl)