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Abstract This series consists of 9 boxes of material consisting of Robert H. Strotz's tenure at Northwestern University's Economics Department. The bulk of the material covedrs the period 1962-1969. The collection's time period also covers Strotz's tenure as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, 1965-1970. Files on conferences and lectures, general correspondence, graduate students, course materials, book and manuscript reviews, and site visits to other educational institutions on behalf of the U.S....
Dates: 1959 - 1970; Other: Majority of material found within 1962 - 1969
Abstract Leon Moses (1924-2013), was a professor in the Department of Economics at Northwestern University and served as faculty member in the Transportation Center. Rae Moses (1935-2013) was a faculty member in the Linguistics Department at Northwestern University, and held the positions of Director of the Women's Studies Program and Assistant Dean of Arts and Sciences. The Leon and Rae Moses Collection comprises 5 boxes and features teaching and research materials, correspondence, and writings.
Abstract The papers of economist George Dalton (a member of the faculty of Northwestern University) fill 59 boxes spanning the period 1945-1991. Most of the material dates from 1960 to 1991. The papers contain biographical materials, education files, correspondence, teaching files, and publications, research files, and papers presented before professional organizations.
Dates: 1945 - 1991; Other: Majority of material found within 1960 - 1991
Abstract James Washington Bell came to Northwestern University as an Associate Professor of Money and Banking in 1923. He was promoted to Professor in 1929 and remained a Northwestern faculty member for the remainder of his career. His papers consist of biographical materials, general correspondence, subject files, and course files.
Abstract The papers of Harold F. Williamson, Sr. (a member of the economics faculty at Northwestern University) fill seven boxes, and span the years 1926 to 1987. They illustrate the process of writing business histories, from proposal to publication, and the teaching of economic history over six decades from the 1920's into the 1970's. These materials are divided into seven broad categories: biographical materials, education, correspondence, teaching files, speeches and presentations, associations and...
Abstract Harry George Guthmann was a finance professor. His PhD. dissertation was entitled "The Relation of the Maturity Factor to Yield Differences among Investment Securities." In 1920 he became a Certified Public Accountant. Although during his life Guthmann worked as a bank clerk, junior public accountant, income tax deputy, financial consultant, and an officer in a real estate corporation, his main career was teaching. Northwestern University hired Guthmann as in 1927. In 1949 he was named the...
Abstract The Simeon E. Leland Papers, comprising 23 boxes and one package, span the years 1918 to 1972 and contain biographical materials, general correspondence, writings and speeches, course and teaching materials, research and reference files, and files of the University of Chicago Social Science Research Committee pertaining to its investigation of the role of public debt in the modern state. The papers document Leland's career in academics and government service as a specialist in the fields of...
Abstract Dale Mortensen (1939-2014) was an American economist and Nobel laureate, 2010. In 1965 he joined the faculty of Northwestern University and in 1980 became professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences at the Kellogg School of Management. Beverly Mortensen (1939- ) is a scholar of music and ancient Jewish religion. The Dale Mortensen and Beverly Papers fills 171 boxes, includes approximately 8.96 megabytes of born-digital files, and spans the years 1939-2014.
Abstract The Frederick Shipp Deibler Papers, comprising five and one-half boxes, consist principally of general correspondence and subject files, plus a small amount of biographical material. The Papers provide a rich documentary record of Deibler's academic career, his role as an economic advisor to several government boards and his participation in activities related to some of the major social issues of his time.
Abstract Robert Eisner was an American economist. Eisner joined Northwestern's faculty in 1952 and retired from the university in 1994. Eisner’s areas of specialization included the macroeconomics of business cycles and business investment, depreciation, federal budget deficits, monetary and fiscal policy, as well as the economics of social security and tax policy. The Robert Eisner Papers fill 46 boxes, spanning the years 1942 to 1998, and document Eisner's professional life, with the bulk of the...
- Economics--Study and teaching 9
- Economists 5
- Economic history--Study and teaching 1
- Home economics--Study and teaching 1
- Linguistics--Study and teaching 1
- Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.)--Faculty 9
- American Economic Association 2
- Bell, James Washington, 1890-1966 1
- Church, Ralph Edwin, 1883-1950 1
- Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies 1
- Dalton, George 1
- Deibler, Frederick Shipp, 1876-1961 1
- Douglas, Paul H. (Paul Howard), 1892-1976 1
- Eisner, Robert 1
- Gardner, Henry B. (Henry Brayton), 1863-1939 1
- Guthmann, Harry G. (Harry George), 1896-1981 1
- Howard, Earl Dean, 1876-1956 1
- J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management--Faculty 1
- Leland, Simeon E. (Simeon Elbridge), 1897-1972 1
- Mortensen, Beverly P. 1
- Mortensen, Dale 1
- Moses, Leon N., 1924-2013 1
- Moses, Rae, 1935-2013 1
- Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.)--Administration 1
- Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). College of Arts and Sciences 1
- Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Department of Anthropology 1
- Scott, Walter Dill, 1869-1955 1
- Stevenson, Adlai E. (Adlai Ewing), 1900-1965 1
- Strotz, Robert H. (Robert Henry) 1
- Williamson, Harold F. (Harold Francis), 1901-1989 1
- Young, Allyn A. (Allyn Abbott), 1876-1929 1 ∧ less