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11. [[underlined]] AUTHOR OF THE FOLLOWING BOOKS [[/underlined]]

The Income of Nations, Part One: History (paperback edition), 1961
The Income of Nations, Part Two: Theory and Methodology (paperback edition), 1961
The Income of Nations: Theory, Measurement and Analysis, Past and Present, 1958
Financial History of the United States (with H. E. Krooss), 1952
Measurement of Fiscal Capacities of States, 1942
Centralized with Decentralized Government (with Paul Mort), 1940
Stock Transfer Taxes, 1940
Chapters in Public Finance, 1940
Taxation and Public Policy, 1936
Economic Principles and Problems (with others), 1932
Government of Metropolitan Areas, 1930
Public Borrowing, 1929
Teachers' Pensions, 1921
  Also numerous published reports and articles in scientific journals

12. [[underlined]] AWARDS [[/underlined]]

New York University, President's Citation for Distinguished Service, 1957
Ford Foundation Lectureship Grant, for lecturing before university faculties of Poland and Yugoslavia in the fall of 1959

13. [[underlined]] MEMBER OF SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS [[/underlined]]

American Economic Association
American Society for Public Administration
American Academy of Political and Social Science
American Association of University Professors
National Conference on Research in Income and Wealth
International Association on Research in Income and Wealth
International Institute of Public Finance
Tax Institute
National Municipal League
Government Research Association
National Tax Association
Early Birds
Long Island Early Fliers' Club

14. [[underlined]] MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION [[/underlined]]

Pioneer Aviator, 1910-1914
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