Kemmerer, Edwin Walter, 1875-1945

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Birth 1875-06-29
Death 1945-12-16
Spanish; Castilian, English

Biographical notes:

Economist Kemmerer (professor at Cornell, 1906-1912, at Princeton, 1912-1943) is best known for the series of missions he undertook, during the 1910s, 20s, and 30s, as an adviser to underdeveloped countries on financial matters. He was an ardent supporter of a centralized banking system, and his writings on money and banking theories include The A.B.C. of the Federal Reserve System (1918).

From the description of Edwin Walter Kemmerer papers, 1893-1945 (bulk 1915-1940) (Peking University Library). WorldCat record id: 80057851


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