John Bertram Andrews

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John Bertram Andrews

John Bertram Andrews (1880–1943) was an American economist, born in South Wayne, Wisconsin, and educated at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and at Dartmouth College. He taught economics at both of those institutions. In 1911, he founded the American Labor Legislation Review with the purpose of recording advances in social reforms. Together with John R. Commons, he was the author of Principles of Labor Legislation (1916) and History of Labor in the United States (1918).

In 1921 he was called by President Harding to serve on the Unemployment Conference. He was a member of the secretariat to the League of Nations' first official International Labor Conference in Washington, D.C..

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