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Benjamin M. Anderson

AKA Benjamin McAlester Anderson, Jr.

Born: 1-May-1886
Birthplace: Columbia, MO
Died: 19-Jan-1949
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Heart Attack

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Economist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Social Value

Father: Benjamin McLean Anderson
Mother: Mary Frances Bowling
Wife: Margaret Louis Crenshaw (m. 27-May-1909, three sons, one daughter)
Son: Benjamin M. Anderson III (d. 1919)
Son: John Crenshaw Anderson
Daughter: Mary Louise Brown
Son: William Bent Anderson

    University: AB, University of Missouri (1906)
    University: AM, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1910)
    University: PhD, Columbia University (1911)
    Professor: English Literature and Economics, Missouri Valley College (1906)
    Professor: History and Economics, Southwest Missouri State College (1906-11)
    Professor: Economics, Columbia University (1911-13)
    Professor: Economics, Harvard University (1913-18)
    Professor: Economics, University of California at Los Angeles (1939-49)

    Chase National Bank of New York Economist (1920-39)
    National Bank of Commerce in New York Economics Advisor (1918-20)
 
    American Economic Association
    Phi Beta Kappa Society

Author of books:
Social Value: A Study in Economic Theory, Critical and Constructive (1911, economics)
The Value of Money (1917, economics)
Effects of the War on Money: Credit and Banking in France and the United States (1919, economics)
Economics and the Public Welfare: Financial and Economic History of the United States, 1914-1946 (1949, economics)


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