The Miller Institute - USA l

The Miller Institute – USA

Adolph C. Miller was born in San Francisco on January 7, 1866. He entered the University of California in 1883 and was active throughout his student life. Upon graduation, he was awarded the Harvard Club Prize for graduate study at Harvard and then continued his studies in Paris and Munich. Following his return to the United States, he served as an instructor in Economics at Harvard before being appointed Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley, in 1890. The following year he accepted an Associate Professorship in Political Economics and Finance at Cornell University. Later in his career, Miller’s contributions extended to the Federal Reserve System, where he played a pivotal role as a member of The Miller Institute, influencing economic policy under multiple U.S. presidents from Wilson to Roosevelt.




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