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Staff And Finances This PDF is a selection from an out-of-print volume from the National Bureau of Economic Research Volume Title: Contributions to Economic Knowledge Through Research Volume Author/Editor: Volume Publisher: Volume URL: Publication Date: 1967 Chapter Title: Staff And Finances Chapter Author: Various Chapter URL: Chapter pages in book: (p. 89 - 92) DIRECTORS, OFFICERS AND RESEARCH STAFF By resolution adopted at the 1966 Annual Meeting of the National Bureau, the Ameri- can Finance Association was designated as an organization entitled to nominate a Director, and upon its nomination Walter E. Hoad- ley was elected a Director. At the 1967 Annual Meeting, Frank W. Fetter was elected a Director at Large. Walter D. Fisher was elected Director upon nomina- tion by Northwestern University; Douglas G. Hartle, upon nomination by the University of Toronto; and Robert M. Solow, upon nomination by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Thomas D. Flynn was elected P A R T v Director upon nomination by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and Douglass C. North was elected a Director upon nomination by the Economic History Staff and Association. Percival F. Brundage, Harry Scherman, and George Soule became Direc- Finances tors Emeriti. Officers elected at the 1967 Annual Meet- ing were Arthur F. Burns, Chairman; Theo- dore 0. Yntema, Vice Chairman; Donald B. Woodward, Treasurer; Geoffrey H. Moore, Director of Research; Douglas H. Eldridge, Executive Director and Secretary; and Hal B. Lary and Victor R. Fuchs, Associate Directors of Research. In March John R. Meyer, Professor of Economics, Harvard University, was elected to succeed Arthur F. Burns as President. Dr. Meyer will assume his duties on or about October 1, 1967. A special meeting of the Board was held November 3—5, 1966, at Arden House to re- view the research program, consider plans for future research,

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