Donald K. David

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Donald K. David (born 1896) was the third dean of the Harvard Business School, serving from 1942 to 1955.[1][dead link]

Donald K. David, the Chairman of the Committee for Economic Development (CED), established a national Commission on Money and Credit (CMC), November 21, 1957. The report of the Commission was published in June 1961 and it was subsequently disbanded.

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