Paul Thomas Homan
Indianola, Iowa, US
|Alma mater||Willamette College|
University of Oxford
|Known for||Professor of economics at Cornell University, 1929-47|
(m. 1950; his death 1969)
Paul Thomas Homan (1893-1969) was an American economist, professor of economics at Cornell University from 1929 to 1947.
Homan was instructor in economics at Washington University in St. Louis (1923–25), Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley (1926–27), Assistant Professor of Economics (1927–29) and Professor (1929-47) at Cornell University.
- Contemporary economic thought (1928)
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