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Raleigh Webster Stone

economist

Raleigh Webster Stone, American economist. Served as captain, infantry, United States Army, 1917-1919.; Member American Economics Association, Industrial Relations Association of Chicago (member Executive Committee).; Club: Quadrangle (Chicago).

Background

Stone, Raleigh Webster was born on December 18, 1889 in Portland, Indiana, United States. Son of Ezekiel and Emily (Brinkerhoff) Stone.

Education

S.M. Entertainment, Valparaiso (Indiana) U., 1914. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Chicago, 1919.

Career

Public school teacher, Portland, Indiana, 1906-1907, Union City, Indiana, 1910, Bryant, Indiana, 1913. Assistant professor social science Goucher College, Baltimore, 1920. Assistant professor economics, University of Iowa, 1920-1923.

Director of research National Industrial Conference Board, 1923-1924. Professor industrial relations University of Chicago from 1924. Economics counselor, Division of Review, N.R.A., 1935-1936.

Conservation to business and union orgns.

Works

  • Author: Financing Education (with William F. Russell and others), 1925. The Baking Industry under N.R.A. (with U. B. Stone), 1936. Editor: Problems in Collective Bargaining, 1938.

Membership

Served as captain, infantry, United States Army, 1917-1919. Member American Economics Association, Industrial Relations Association of Chicago (member Executive Committee). Club: Quadrangle (Chicago).

Connections

Married Ursula Chase Batchelder, September 1, 1928. Children: Mary Alzina, George Batchelder.

father:
Ezekiel Stone

mother:
Emily (Brinkerhoff) Stone

spouse:
Ursula Chase Batchelder

children:
Mary Alzina Stone

George Batchelder Stone