No Results Found!
28 Related Articles

Harvard Business School

HarvardBusiness SchoolHarvard University
Edwin Francis Gay (October 27, 1867 – February 8, 1946) was an American economist, Professor of Economic History and first Dean of the Harvard Business School.
The first dean was historian Edwin Francis Gay (1867–1946).

International scientific committee on price history

From 1929 onwards, he was the representative for America, and de facto co-chairman, of the International scientific committee on price history.
The International scientific committee on price history was created in 1929 by William Beveridge and Edwin Francis Gay thanks to a five-years grant of the Rockefeller Foundation.

New York Post

New York Evening PostThe New York PostEvening Post
He was president of the New York Evening Post from 1920-1923.
Unable to stem the paper's financial losses, he sold it to a consortium of 34 financial and reform political leaders, headed by Edwin Francis Gay, dean of the Harvard Business School, whose members included Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Gustav von Schmoller

Gustav SchmollerSchmoller
In 1902 he received his PhD from the University of Berlin under supervision of Gustav Schmoller.

Economist

economistseconomicsgovernment economist
Edwin Francis Gay (October 27, 1867 – February 8, 1946) was an American economist, Professor of Economic History and first Dean of the Harvard Business School.

University of Michigan

MichiganUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arborthe University of Michigan
In 1890 he obtained his A.B. in history and philosophy at the University of Michigan.

Humboldt University of Berlin

BerlinUniversity of BerlinHumboldt University
In 1902 he received his PhD from the University of Berlin under supervision of Gustav Schmoller.

Harvard University

HarvardHarvard CollegeHarvard University’s
Back in the United States in 1902 Gay was appointed instructor at the Harvard University, replacing William Ashley.

William Ashley (economic historian)

William AshleySir William AshleySir William James Ashley
Back in the United States in 1902 Gay was appointed instructor at the Harvard University, replacing William Ashley.

Fellow

fellowshipfellowssenior fellow
In 1921 he was elected as a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.

American Statistical Association

ASAAmerican Statistical SocietyFellow of the American Statistical Association
In 1921 he was elected as a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.

Richard H. Tilly

One of the award winners has been the historian Richard H. Tilly.

Council on Foreign Relations

CFRCouncil of Foreign RelationsCouncil on Foreign Relations (CFR)
In 1922 Edwin F. Gay, former dean of the Harvard Business School and director of the Shipping Board during the war, spearheaded the Council's efforts to begin publication of a magazine that would be the "authoritative" source on foreign policy.

Talcott Parsons

ParsonsParsonianParsons, Talcot
In 1927, after a year of teaching at Amherst (1926–1927), Parsons entered Harvard, as an instructor in the Economics Department, where he followed F.W. Taussig's lectures on tags economist Alfred Marshall and became friends with the economist historian Edwin Gay, the founder of Harvard Business School.

Gay (surname)

Gay
Edwin Francis Gay (1867–1946), American economist

Thomas W. Lamont

Thomas LamontLansing LamontThomas W.
After failing to make a profit, he sold the paper in January, 1922 to a syndicate that was headed by the paper's editor, Edwin F. Gay.

List of University of Michigan alumni

14 of them university alumniList of University of Michigan people
Edwin Francis Gay (AB 1890), first Dean of Harvard Business School, 1908–1919

Malcolm C. Rorty

After seeking advice of economists, such as Edwin F. Gay, Wesley Clair Mitchell, and John R. Commons, they proceeded seeking private funding for their research program.

Henri Hauser

In 1923, Hauser was invited by Edwin F. Gay to be an exchange professor at Harvard University where he taught an economics course and gave various lectures both at the university and in other American cities.

Arch Wilkinson Shaw

He also befriended the Professor of economic history Edwin Francis Gay, first dean of Harvard Business School.