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Hadley, Arthur Twining, 1856-1930

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    • Arthur Twining
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    • Hadley, Arthur T. (Arthur Twining), 1856-1930
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        • Affiliation Start: 1879
        • Affiliation End: 1930
        • Organization: Yale University
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        New Haven (Conn.)
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        United States
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        New Haven (Conn.)
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        New Haven (Conn.)
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    • found: His The relation between economics and politics, 1899.
    • found: Hadley, Arthur Twining. Railroad transportation, 1885:title page (by Arthur T. Hadley, Commissioner of Labor Statistics of the State of Connecticut ;Instructor in Political Science in Yale College)
    • found: The Yale review, volume first, May, 1892, to February, 1893:page iii (editors: ... Arthur T. Hadley) page 315 (Arthur T. Hadley, Yale University)
    • found: Hadley, Arthur Twining. Economics, 1899:title page (Arthur Twining Hadley; President of Yale University; sometime Labor Commissioner of the State of Connecticut; aughor of "Railroad transportation, its history and its laws")
    • found: OCLC search, April 17, 2015:(access point: Hadley, Arthur T.; Hadley, Arthur Twining, 1856-1930; Hadley, Arthur Twining, the Elder; Hadley, Arthur T. (Arthur Twining), 1856-1930; usage: Arthur T. Hadley; Arthur Twining Hadley)
    • found: Who was who in America, 1897-1942:(Hadley, Arthur Twining; univ. pres.; born New Haven, Conn., Apr. 23 1856; A.B., Yale (with highest honors), 1876; studied history and political science, Yale, 1876-1877; Univ. of Berlin, 1878-1879; at Yale: tutor, 1879-1883; lecturer on railroad administration, 1883-1886; prof. political science, 1886-1891; prof. political economy, 1891-1899; pres., 1899-1921, then emeritus; Commissioner, labor statistics, Conn., 1885-1887; asso. editor, Railroad Gazette, New York, 1887-1889; Roosevelt prof. at Berlin, 1907-1908; lecturer, Oxford Univ., Eng., 1914; home: New Haven, Conn.; died Mar. 5, 1930)
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