Powelson, John Palen

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POWELSON, John Palen

POWELSON, John Palen. American, b. 1920. Genres: Economics. Career: Haskins and Sells, NYC, junior accountant, 1942-44, senior assistant accountant, 1944; Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, teaching fellow in economics, 1946-48; Price Waterhouse and Co., Paris, senior accountant, 1949-50; University of Buffalo, NY, assistant professor of accounting, 1949- 50; International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC, economist, Research Dept., 1950-54, assistant chief of training, 1954-58; professor of economic development, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC, 1958-64, and University of Pittsburgh, 1964-66; University of Colorado, Boulder, professor, 1966-91, professor emeritus of economics, 1991-. Quaker Economist (online journal), senior editor-inchief. Publications: Economic Accounting, 1955, National Income and Flow of Funds Analysis, 1960; Latin America: Today's Economic and Social Revolution, 1964; Institutions of Economic Growth, 1972; (with W. Loehr) The Economics of Development and Distribution, 1981; (with W. Loehr) Threat to Development: Pitfalls of the NIEO, 1982; (with R. Stock) The Peasant Betrayed: Agriculture and Land Reform in the Third World, 1987; Facing Social Revolution: The Personal Journey of a Quaker Economist, 1987; Dialogue with Friends, 1988; The Story of Land: A World History of Land Tenure and Agrarian Reform, 1988; (with R. Stock) The Peasant Betrayed: Agriculture and Land Reform in the Third World, 1990; Centuries of Economic Endeavor: Parallel Paths in Japan and Europe and their Contrast with the Third World, 1994; The Moral Economy, 1998; Seeking Truth Together, 2000. EDITOR: (with P. Ndegwa) Employment in Africa, 1973; (with W. Loehr) Economic Development, Poverty, and Income Distribution, 1977. Address: 4875 Sioux Rd #1, Boulder, CO 80303-3833, U.S.A.

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