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Vickrey, William S. (William Spencer), 1914-1996

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Personal name headingVickrey, William S. (William Spencer), 1914-1996
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Variant(s)Vickrey, William S. (William Spencer), 1914-
Vickrey, William Spencer, 1914-
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeNew York (N.Y.) Washington (D.C.)
Birth date1914-06-21
Death date1996-10-11
Place of birthVictoria (B.C.)
Field of activityEconomics Economics--Study and teaching
AffiliationNatural Resources Committee
Twentieth Century Fund
United States. Office of Price Administration
United States. Department of the Treasury. Division of Tax Research
Puerto Rico
Columbia University. Department of Economics
Profession or occupationEconomics teachers University and college faculty members
Found inHis Agenda for progressive taxation, c1947: t.p. (William Vickrey, Ph. D., lecturer in economics, Columbia Univ.)
LC in OCLC, 4-12-88 (hdg.: Vickrey, William Spencer, 1914- ; usage: William Vickrey; William S. Vickrey)
Commitment to full employment, 2000: CIP t.p. (William S. Vickrey) galley (d. 1996)
Social security death index, Jan. 24, 2005 (Vickrey, William S.; b. June 21, 1914; d. Oct. 11, 1996)
Who was who in America, 1996-1998 (Vickrey, William Spencer; economist, educator; born Victoria, B.C., Canada, June 21, 1914; came to U.S. 1914; B.A. in Math., Yale, 1935; M.A., Columbia, 1937, Ph.D., 1947; Jr. economist Nat. Resources Com, Washington, 1937-1938; research assistant, 20th Century Fund, 1939-1940; economist OPA, 1940-1941; senior economist, div. tax research Treasury Department, 1941-1943; civilian public service assignee, 1943-46; tax consultant to government of Puerto Rico, 1946; member faculty Columbia University in NYC, 1946-1981; prof. economics Columbia University, 1958-1981, chairman dept., Columbia, 1964-1967; McVickar prof. political economy, 1971-1981, prof. emeritus, 1981-; consultant to government and industry, 1949-1996; died October 11, 1996)
Associated languageeng