Harry W. Laidler

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Harry Wellington Laidler was a founding member of the Intercollegiate Socialist Society, was executive director of the League for Industrial Democracy when the I.S.S. changed its name, and was active in the group until 1956.[1]

Laidler was also a long-time member of the National Bureau of Economic Research, being mentioned in their very first bulletin.[2] He was a Director with the NBER, and eventually served both as president of the NBER, and later was a member of the board.[2]

References

  1. Harry Wellington Laidler. Wesleyan University (Apr. 4, 2011).
  2. 2.0 2.1 (1922-1934) Bulletin, Issues 1-56. National Bureau of Economic Research, Page 2.