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6. [[underlined]] SERVICES AS CONSULTANT OR STAFF MEMBER FOR NEW YORK CITY MUNICIPAL COMMISSIONS [[/underlined]]

1940-42 Member, New York City Mayor's Committee on Finance
1925-26 Staff Member, Committee on Plan and Survey, Lehman Subcommittee on Finance and Financial Administration
1914-17 Technical Assistant, New York City Commission on Pensions

7. [[underlined]] SERVICES AS CONSULTANT TO OTHER STATE AND CITY GOVERNMENTS [[/underlined]]

1917-19 New Jersey State Commission on Pension Funds
1923    Boston Finance Commission

8. [[underlined]] SERVICES AS CONSULTANT TO VARIOUS FEDERAL AGENCIES [[/underlined]]

1947    U. S. Public Health Service
1942    U. S. Board of Economic Warfare
1940-42 U. S. Social Security Board
1941    U. S. Bureau of the Budget
1940    U. S. Congress of Temporary National Economic Committee
1937    President's Committee on Education
1936-37 National Resources Planning Board

9. [[underlined]] SERVICES AS STAFF MEMBER FOR PRIVATE RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONS [[/underlined]]

1935    Citizens Budget Commission, New York City
1926    National Municipal League, New York City
1925    Institute of Public Administration, New York City
1917-25 Bureau of State Research, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce
1917  Institute for Government Research, Washington, D.C.
1914-17 New York Bureau of Municipal Research, New York City

10. [[underlined]] ACADEMIC SERVICES [[/underlined]]

1958    Visiting Professor of Economics, University of Pittsburgh, Summer Session
1955-57 Director of the Albany Graduate Program in Public Administration (New York University - Syracuse University - New York State University)
1954-61 Professor, Ohio Savings and Loan Academy, Granville, Ohio, Summer Session
1927-55 New York University, Professor of Economics since 1935; Associate and Assistant professor before
1926-27 Columbia University Extension Department, Instructor in Government
1920-25 Training School for Public Services, New York City, Lecturer 
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