Benjamin U. Ratchford papers, 1924-1980

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Benjamin U. Ratchford papers 1924 - 1980

Collection #UA.29.02.0045 | 4.5 Linear Feet; 3,000 Items

ABSTRACT
Benjamin U. Ratchford (1902-1977) served as professor of economics at Duke University from 1928-1960. An expert in public finance, Ratchford was involved a number of economic policy projects, including the reconstruction of Germany after World War II. The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, teaching materials, documents, clippings, writings, notes, reports, a journal, and a scrapbook. Major subjects include Duke Univ. administration and Economics Dept., the Federal Reserve Bank, the Office of Price Administration, the economy of Germany after World War II, the U.S. War Department, and monetary regulation. English.

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