Fonds - Anatol Murad fonds

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Anatol Murad fonds

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  • 1932-1980 (Creation)

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18 cm of textual records
1 photograph

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Dr. Anatol Murad was born in Vienna, Austria, where he received his elementary and secondary education. He moved to New york in 1924, and in 1929 entered Columbia university where he earned his B.S. (1931), M.S. (1932), and Ph.D. (1939) in Economics. Following academic posts at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles (1939-1946), Rutgers University (1946-1958), and the University of Puerto Rico (1958-1968), he was appointed Professor of Economics at the University of saskatchewan, Regina Campus. He held this position until 1972, and in 1975 he was named Professor Emeritus. Dr. Murad is the author of numerous scholarly books, articles, papers, book reviews, translations, and essays. His work has appeared in German and English, and some have been translated into Japanese and Spanish. Anatol Murad and his wife, Orlene Wettingel, whom he married July 13, 1939, had two sons - Anthony, born in 1942, and Timothy, born in 1944. He married Gillian Wadsworth Minifie in the late 1980s.

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Fonds consists of books, articles, book reviews, published and unpublished essays, and translations by economist, Dr. Anatol Murad. Also included are Dr. Murad's Curriculum Vitae, passports, and photograph.

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Inventory for 80-9 is available.

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