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Social Science Research Council

ORGANIZATION

Founded 1923 in New York City, "it mobilizes researchers, policy makers, professionals, activists, and other experts from the private and public sectors to develop innovative approaches to issues of critical social importance."

Official Website:
http://www.ssrc.org/

Founding Date:
1923

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Reginald Bartholomew
Diplomat
17-Feb-1936   US Ambassador to Italy, 1993-97
Samuel D. Berger
Diplomat
6-Dec-1911 12-Feb-1980 US Ambassador to South Korea, 1961-64
Alan S. Blinder
Economist
14-Oct-1945   Vice Chairman, Federal Reserve
Ernest Burgess
Sociologist
16-May-1886 27-Dec-1966 Introduction to the Science of Sociology
Robert W. Fogel
Economist
1-Jul-1926   Cliometrics
Aaron L. Friedberg
Government
16-Apr-1956   In the Shadow of the Garrison State
Geoffrey Garrett
Educator
c. 1958   President of the Pacific Council
Vartan Gregorian
Educator
8-Apr-1934   President of Carnegie Corporation
Ralph Linton
Anthropologist
27-Feb-1893 25-Dec-1953 The Study of Man
Charles E. Merriam
Scholar
15-Nov-1874 8-Jan-1953 American Political Ideas
Douglass C. North
Economist
5-Nov-1920   Cliometrics
Nell Irvin Painter
Historian
2-Aug-1942   Creating Black Americans
Barnett R. Rubin
Educator
c. 1950   The Fragmentation of Afghanistan
Orville Schell
Author
20-May-1940   Prominent sinologist
Anna J. Schwartz
Economist
11-Nov-1915 21-Jun-2012 A Monetary History of the United States
Barbara Stallings
Educator
c. 1944   Watson Institute for International Studies
Fritz Stern
Historian
2-Feb-1926   German historian
John B. Taylor
Economist
8-Dec-1946   Council of Economic Advisers, 1989-91


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