Professor of Economics at the Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California, Berkeley.
1. Economic Growth, Living Standards and Social Welfare.
2. Modelling and Measuring the Standard of Living.
3. Consuming the Products of Mechanization, 1918.
4. Living in the Midst of Depression, 1935.
5. Entering the Age of Affluence, 1950.
6. Reaching Economic Supremacy, 1973.
7. Living with Technological Change and Economic Stagnation, 1988.