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April, 1961

[[underlined]] PAUL STUDENSKI [[/underlined]]

1. [[underlined]] PERSONAL INFORMATION [[/underlined]]

Date of Birth:  November 13, 1887
Marital Status:  Married; two children
290 Avenue of the Americas; GRamercy 3-2152 (New York City)
33 Washington Ave., Brentwood, L. I.; BRentwood 3-7861

2. [[underlined]] EDUCATION [[/underlined]]

University of St. Petersburg, Russia, 1905-08
Sorbonne, Paris, 1908-09
New York University, 1915-17
Columbia University, 1918-21 (Ph.D., 1921)

3. [[underlined]] CURRENTLY [[/underlined]]

Professor Emeritus of Economic New York University
Consultant, Joint Legislative Committee on School Financing

4. [[underlined]] CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE STATE OF NEW YORK [[/underlined]]

1958-61  Senior Fiscal Consultant, Special Legislative Committee on Revision and Simplification of the Constitution
1957-58  Senior Fiscal Consultant, Temporary Commission on Constitutional Convention
1943-55  Fiscal Consultant to the Division of the Budget
1948-49  Fiscal Consultant to the State University of New York
1946-47  Fiscal Consultant to the Commission on Need for State University
1937-38  Chief of Research in Taxation and Finance for the Constitutional Convention Committee
1933-37  Director of Tax Research for the State Commission on Revision of Tax Laws
1935-36  Occasional Consultant to the Ways and Means Committee of the Legislature
1927-28  Staff Member of the Commission on Old Age Security
1919     Technical Assistant to the State Reconstruction Commission


1955-57  Commission on Pensions
1947-55  Commission on Coordination of State Activities
1943-47  Commission on Economy
1944-45  Commission on Technical Institutes            
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