Paul Schuster Taylor

Paul Schuster Taylor

Fellow: Awarded 1930
Field of Study: Economic History

Competition: US & Canada

University of California, Berkeley

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1929–30:

Latin American Exchange Fellows, 1930

Fellow from the United States to Latin America:

Taylor, Paul Schuster:  Appointed to make a study in Mexico of the socio-economic aspects of the emigration of Mexicans to the United States; tenure, six months from January 1, 1931.

Born June 9, 1895, at Sioux City, Iowa. Education: University of Wisconsin, B.A., 1917; University of California, M.A., 1920, Ph.D., 1922.

Instructor, 1922–24, Assistant Professor, 1924–28, Associate Professor, 1928—, Department of Economics, University of California; engaged on field research project, initiated by the Committee on Scientific Aspects of Human Migration of the Social Science Research Council, on Mexican Labor  in the United States, 1927–29.

Publications: “Sailors’ Union of the Pacific,” 1923; “Mexican Labor in the United States: (1) Imperial Valley, 1928; (2) Valley of the South Platte, Colorado, 1929; (3) Migration Statistics, 1929; (4) Racial School Statistics, California, 1927, 1929.” Articles in Hispanic-American Historical Review, Survey Graphic, Monthly Labor Review, Journal of Political Economy.

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