Study of American Capitalism
Claude E. Robinson made important contributions to the study of American capitalism. He chaired the Princeton University panel — Center for the Study and Teaching of Principles of American Capitalism.
He also served as a trustee of the Committee for Economic Development and the Foundation for Economic Education.
His book "Understanding Profits" was published posthumously in 1961.
Claude E. Robinson died on August 7, 1961, from hepatitis following a cancer operation.
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