Waddill Catchings

Waddill Catchings (September 6, 1879 – December 31, 1967) was an American economist who collaborated with his Harvard classmate William Trufant Foster in a series of economics books that were highly influential in the United States in the 1920s. His influential books, written with Foster, were ''Money'' (1923), ''Profits'' (1925), ''Business Without a Buyer'' (1927), ''The Road to Plenty'' (1928), and ''Progress and Plenty'' (1930). The books influenced many policy makers, including Herbert Hoover and Marriner Eccles. Catchings graduated from Harvard. Provided by Wikipedia
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