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Sam Hagen

economist

Sam Hagen, American economist. Member North Dakota Teachers Association, Alpha Pi Zeta, Beta Gamma Sigma.

Background

Hagen, Sam was born on September 2, 1891 in Northwood, North Dakota, United States. Son of Ole H. and Ingeborg (Amundson) Hagen.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, St. Olaf College, 1916. Master of Arts, University of North Dakota, 1925, Doctor of Philosophy., 1934. Post doctoral study, University of Iowa, summer 1935, University of Washington, summer 1940.

Career

Grade school principal, Edinburg, North Dakota, 1916-1919. Superintendent schools Crystal, North Dakota, 1919-1924, Starbuck, Minnesota, 1924-1927, Hawley, Minnesota, 1927-1932. Graduate assistant in economics University of North Dakota, 1932-1934, instructor, 1934-1935, assistant professor economics.

1935-1938, associate professor, 1938-1940, professor economics since 1940, acting dean of School of Commerce, 1948-1950, head of department of economics since 1950.

Religion

As someone joins the group of people seeking to follow the way of Jesus, it means to respond to God's challenge and begin to share his relationship with God as Father.

Politics

The use of force should be supported only in extreme situations and through approve of appropriate international organizations.

Views

The erroneous notion that one gender must strive against another cannot be accepted.

Membership

Member North Dakota Teachers Association, Alpha Pi Zeta, Beta Gamma Sigma.

Connections

Married Beatrice M. V. Page, October 19, 1917. Children: Lorraine Page (Mistress.

father:
Ole H. Hagen

mother:
Ingeborg (Amundson) Hagen

spouse:
Beatrice M. V. Page

child:
Lorraine Page (Mrs Hagen