The Demand for Currency Relative to Total Money Supply

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NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1958
OFFICERS
Gottfried Haberler, Chairman
Arthur F. Burns, President
George B. Roberts, Vice-President and Treasurer
Solomon Fabricant, Director of Research
Geoffrey H. Moore, Associate Director of Research
William J. Carson, Executive Director
DIRECTORS AT LARGE
Wallace J. Campbell, Director, Cooperative League of the USA
Solomon Fabricant, New York University
Albert J. Hettinger, Jr., Lazard Frères and Company
Oswald W. Knauth, Beaufort, South Carolina
H. W. Laidler, Executive Director Emeritus, League for Industrial Democracy
Shepard Morgan, Norfolk, Connecticut
George B. Roberts, Vice-President, The First National City Bank of New York
Beardsley Ruml, New York City
Harry Scherman, Chairman Book-of-the-Month Club
Boris Shishkin, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
George Soule, Professor Emeritus, Bennington College
N. I. Stone, Consulting Economist
J. Raymond Walsh, New York City
Joseph H. Willits, Director, The Educational Survey, University of Pennsylvania
Leo Wolman, Columbia University
Donald B. Woodward, Vick Chemical Company
Theodore O. Yntema, Vice-President--Finance, Ford Motor Company

DIRECTORS BY UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENT
V. W. Bladen, Toronto
Arthur F. Burns, Columbia
Melvin G. de Chazeau, Cornell
Frank W. Fetter, Northwestern
H. M. Groves, Wisconsin
Gottfried Haberler, Harvard
Walter W. Heller, Minnesota
Maurice W. Lee, North Carolina
Lloyd G. Reynolds, Yale
T. W. Schultz, Chicago
Jacob Viner, Princeton
DIRECTORS APPOINTED BY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
Percival F. Brundage, American Institute of Accountants
Harold G. Halcrow, American Farm Economic Association
Theodore V. Houser, Committee for Economic Development
S. H. Ruttenberg, American Federation of Laborand Congress of Industrial Organizations
Murray Shields, American Management Association
Willard L. Thorp, American Economic Association
W. Allen Wallis, American Statistical Association
Harold F. Williamson, Economic History Association

RESEARCH STAFF
Moses Abramovitz
Gary S. Becker
Arthur F. Burns
Morris A. Copeland
Richard A. Easterlin
Solomon Fabricant
Milton Friedman
Raymond W. Goldsmith
Leo Grebler
Millard Hastay
W. Braddock Hickman
Daniel M. Holland
Thor Hultgren
John W. Kendrick
Simon Kuznets
Clarence D. Long
Ruth P. Mack
Ilse Mintz
Geoffrey H. Moore
Roger F. Murray
G. Warren Nutter
Lawrence H. Seltzer
George J. Stigler
Leo Wolman
Herbert B. Woolley

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