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Commons, John R. (John Rogers), 1862-1945

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Personal name headingCommons, John R. (John Rogers), 1862-1945
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Variant(s)Commons, John Rogers, 1862-1945
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedMadison (Wis.) Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)
Birth date1862-10-13
Death date1945-05-11
Place of birthDarke County (Ohio)
AffiliationIndiana University
Syracuse University
National Civic Federation
University of Wisconsin. Department of Economics
Industrial Commission of Wisconsin
United States. Commission on Industrial Relations
National Bureau of Economic Research
Profession or occupationEconomics teachers
Found inCommons, John R. The distribution of wealth, 1893: title page (John R. Commons, Professor of Economics and Social Science, Indiana University)
Miller, H.L. The John R. Commons papers, 1985.
Who was who in America, 1943-1950: (Commons, John Rogers; economist; born Hollandsburg, Darke County, Ohio, Oct. 13, 1862; A.B., Oberlin, 1882; A.M. 1890; Johns Hopkins University, 1888-1890; instructor, political economy, Wesleyan Univ., 1890; prof. sociology, Oberlin Coll, 1892; Ind. Univ. 1893-1895; Syracuse Univ., 1895-1899; expert, Indstl. Commn. 1901; asst. sec. Nat. Civic Federation, 1902; prof. economics, Univ. of Wisconsin, 1904-1932; emeritus, 1932-; member Industrial Commission of Wisconsin, 1911-1913; mem. Federal Commn. Industrial Relations, 1913-1915; member, Wisconsin Minimum Wage Board 1919-; associate director, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1926-1928; chairman Unemployment Insurance Board, Chicago Clothing Trades, 1923-1925; home:Madison, Wisconsin; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; died May 11, 1944 [sic]; buried Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Wis.), searched June 15, 2016: (Prof. JohnRogers Commons; born Oct. 13, 1862; died May 11, 1945; burial: Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin)
Associated languageeng