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Martin Gustave Glaeser

economist.

Martin Gustave Glaeser, German economist. Member American Economics Association; Club: University (Madison, Wisconsin).; Member editorial board Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics.

Background

Glaeser, Martin Gustave was born on August 11, 1888 in Tepliwodau, Germany. Son of Gustave and Bertha (Bartsch) Glaeser.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Wisconsin, 1911. Ph. D., Harvard, 1925.

Career

1 daughter Olive Elizabeth. Came to the United States, 1892, naturalized, 1897. Statistical clerk Wisconsin Railroad Commission, 1911-1913, statistician and case investigator, 1914-1918.

Lecturer economics, University of Wisconsin, 1917, successively instructor, assistant professor, associate professor and professor of economics since 1919. Executive secretary Public Utility Acquisition Committee, Milwaukee, 1920-1925. Special adviser Tennessee Valley Authority, 1933-1936, chief power planning engineer, 1937-1938.

Works

  • Author: Outlines of Public Utility Economics, 1927.

Membership

Member American Economics Association. Club: University (Madison, Wisconsin).; Member editorial board Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics.

Connections

Married Nina Gertrude Cattrell, December 14, 1915 (died 1936), 1 daughter.; married second, Rosalie Mullins, 1938.

father:
Gustave Glaeser

mother:
Bertha (Bartsch) Glaeser

spouses:
Nina Gertrude Cattrell

Rosalie Mullins