Harold A. Logan

Harold A. Logan

Fellow: Awarded 1944
Field of Study: Economics

Competition: US & Canada

Education: University of Toronto

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1943–44:

Appointed from Canada:

LOGAN, HAROLD AMOS.  Appointed for a study of the development of trade unionism, particularly as relating to Canada during the period 1919-43; tenure, twelve months from July 1, 1944.

Born April 25, 1899, Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada.  Education:  Acadia University, B.A., 1912; Yale University, A.B., 1913; University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1925.

Instructor in Mathematics, 1913–15, Columbia College, New Westminster, B. C.; Instructor in History and Economics, 1916–17, Purdue University; Instructor in Economics and Sociology, 1919–21, Brandon College, University of Manitoba; Professor of Economics and Sociology, 1924–29, Randolph-Macon Women’s College; Professor and Head of the Department of Economic and Political Science, 1929–38, University of Western Ontario; Associate Professor of Political Economy, 1938–42, Professor, 1942—, University of Toronto.

Publications:  History of Trade Union Organization in Canada, 1928; Labor in Canadian-American Relations (with N. J. Ware), 1937; A Social Approach to Economics (with M. K. Inman), 1939; Canada’s Control of Labor Relations, 1941. Articles in Canadian Journal of Economics, Commerce Journal.

 

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