Guide to the William H. Metzler, "Economic Systems and Human Growth" Papers
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Call Number: SC0613
Creator: Metzler, William H., 1897-
Title: William H. Metzler, "Economic systems and human growth" papers
Dates: circa 1983
Physical Description: 0.5 Linear feet
Summary: The five parts of this work are titled: The Nature of Economic Systems; Motor Power Brings a New Way of Life; A Mounting Hazard: Economic Power; Coming Insights, Enterprises, People; and Moving Toward a World Civilization.
Language(s): The materials are in English.
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William H. Metzler, "Economic Systems and Hhuman growth" papers (SC0613). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
Metzler earned his degrees at Stanford University: A.B. in 1919, A.M. in social sciences in 1925, and Ph.D. in economics in 1929. After earning his Ph.D., he taught economics and sociology at Northeastern State Teachers College in Oklahoma and then pursued a career as an economics researcher.
The five parts of this work are titled: The Nature of Economic Systems; Motor Power Brings a New Way of Life; A Mounting Hazard: Economic Power; Coming Insights, Enterprises, People; and Moving Toward a World Civilization.
Metzler, William H., 1897-
Moore, Gordon, Mrs.