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Badger, Ralph, 1890-1978

 

Ralph Eastman Badger was born on February 3, 1890 in Lowell, Massachusetts. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1913 and received his PhD from Yale in 1921. Until 1929, Badger was an instructor at the Sheffield Scientific School at Yale and a professor of economics at Brown University. In 1929, he resigned to become a security analyst and financial manager. Badger served as an economic adviser to Iran, Puerto Rico and Guam, and was a senior vice president of the Union Guardian Trust Company of Detroit, president of Investment Counsel Inc. of New York, and an associate of Standard Research Consultants Inc., a division of the Standard and Poors Corporation. He was also the author of a number of publications including "Investment Principles and Practices." Badger died on January 18, 1878.

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Ralph Badger papers

MS-438
 Collection
Identifier: MS-438
Overview Ralph E. Badger (1890-1978), economist. Dartmouth College Class of 1913. The collection contains reports including reports on economic issues of Guam and Puerto Rico, speeches, clippings and biographical material related to his career in banking.