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Anticipating the Nation's Needs For Economic Knowledge

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PART 5 Staff and Finances This PDF is a selection from an out-of-print volume from the National Bureau of Economic Research Volume Title: Anticipating the Nation's Needs For Economic Knowledge Volume Author/Editor: Geoffrey H. Moore Volume Publisher: National Bureau of Ecomnomic Research, Inc. Volume URL: Publication Date: 1966 Chapter Title: PART 5 Staff and Finances Chapter Author: Various Chapter URL: Chapter pages in book: (p. 71 - 78) DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, AND RESEARCH STAFF At the 1966 Annual Meeting of the National Bureau, Joseph A. Beirne and Robert V. Roosa were elected Directors at Large. Officers elected were Frank W. Fetter, Chairman; Arthur F. Burns, President; Theo- dore 0. Yntema, Vice-President; Donald B. Woodward, Treasurer; Geoffrey H. Moore, Director of Research; Douglas H. Eldridge, Executive Director and Secretary; Hal B. Lary and Victor R. Fuchs, Associate Directors of Research. Solomon Fabricant retired as Director of Research at the end of May 1965, but con- tinued as a member of the Board and of the P A R T research staff. William J. Carson retired asExecutive Director in July 1965 and as Secre- tary of the Board at the end of February, 1966. Staff and Nicholas Kelley, member of the Board of Directors since 1962, died on October 28, Finances 1965. A resolution adopted by the ExecutiveCommittee noted that Mr. Kelley "aided in establishing the National Bureau in 1920 and continued his interest as adviser and counsel on legal problems and as a friend over the years thereafter. . . . The objectives and role of the National Bureau in developing eco- nomic understanding were always considered by him to be of the highest importance and he served them in multiple ways." Joseph W. Conard, member of the research staff since 1960, died on April 5, 1965. Wil- liam H. Brown, Jr., member of the research staff since 1960, died on January 20, 1966. Michael Michaely, Hebrew

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