The effect of the future on the present
Eli Ginzberg, Ph.D.
ELI GINZBERG is Professor of Economics in the Graduate School of Business of Columbia University and Director of the University's "Conservation of Human Resources" Project. He has always had a special interest in the relationship between sexual behavior and economics, and in his opinion a knowledge of the facts of sexual behavior is of great importance to the formulators of economic theory and policy.
At present Dr. Ginzberg is also Director of Research of the National Manpower Council of Columbia University, consultant to the Secretary of the Army and to the U.S. Surgeon General's Office, and economic adviser to various professional groups. In the course of his distinguished career as-an economist he has held such positions as U.S. Representative to the Five Power Conference on Reparations for Non-Repatriable Refugees, Medical Consultant to the Hoover Commission, and Director of the Resources Analysis Division of the U.S. Surgeon General's Office. During the summer of 1953 he was a consultant to the Technical Cooperation Administration of the U.S. State Department in Israel.
Among Dr. Ginzberg's numerous books are Psychiatry and Military Manpower Policy ( 1953), The Uneducated ( 1953), Occupational Choice ( 1951), Agenda for American Jews ( 1950), The Unemployed ( 1943), and Grass on the Slag Heaps ( 1942).