Turner, Marjorie Shepherd
TURNER, Marjorie Shepherd
TURNER, Marjorie Shepherd. American, b. 1921. Genres: Women's studies and issues, Economics, History, Intellectual history, Recreation, Travel/ Exploration. Career: University of Texas at Austin, instructor in economics, 1947-52; University of Arizona, Tucson, instructor in economics, 1952-54; San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, associate dean, 1954-56, member of economics faculty, 1956-76, department head, 1967-69, director of Institute of Labor Economics, 1970-74, professor emeritus, 1976-. Publications: Women and Work, 1964; Early American Conspiracy Cases: A Reinterpretation, 1967; (with J.W. Leasure) Prices, Production, and Profit: How Much Is Enough?, 1974; Joan Robinson and the Americans, 1989; Nicholas Kaldor and the Real World, 1993; The Sailing Life, 2003. Address: P.O. Box 8005, Black Butte Ranch, Sisters, OR 97759, U.S.A.