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Douglas Seymour Paauw Collection, 1951-1975

Collection Overview

Title: Douglas Seymour Paauw Collection, 1951-1975

ID: COLL/189

Creator: Paauw, Douglas Seymour (1921-)

Extent: 0.25 Cubic Feet. More info below.

Arrangement: Folder level description


Professor of economics at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Papers, including articles and speeches on the subjects of economics, finance, Asia, China, and Indonesia.

Biographical Note

Douglas Seymour Paauw was born in Stevens, Minnesota on December 13, 1921. He received his B.A. degree from Calvin College and his M.A., Ph.D. from Harvard University. Paauw married Helen Kathleen Horan on September 10, 1948. He worked as a developmental economist and worked with government planning associations. Paauw's work allowed him and his family the unique opportunity to live in interesting locations like Indonesia and the Philippines. Paauw eventually moved to the United States and settled in Detroit, Michigan where he accepted the position of Chairman of the Economics Department at Wayne State University. Douglas Seymour Paauw reached the status of Professor Emeritus of Economics.

Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: [General Materials]
Box 1
Folder 1: Bibliography --- 1975
Folder 2: Publications on Economic Development --- 1951-1965
Folder 3: Development Strategies in Open Dualistic Economies --- 1970
Folder 4: Publications on Economic Development in Indonesia --- 1955-1959
Folder 5: Publications on Economic Development in Asia --- 1957-1965
Folder 6: Publications on Economic Development in Asia --- 1966-1970