ALYEA, PAUL EDGAR, 1899-1975

Biography:

Economist. Born– September 8, 1899. Married– Blanche Marie Rockhold. Education– University of Illinois, B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. Taught at the University of Pittsburgh, Butler University, University of Illinois, and University of Alabama. Senior economist with the U.S. Office of Price Administration; director of a division of the Smaller War Plants Corporation, 1942-1945; served as director of research for the Alabama Legislative Revenue Survey Commission; served as president of the National Tax Association, 1960.

Source:

American Journal of Economics and Sociology (January 1976; pp. 75-76).

Publication(s):

Alabama’s Balanced Budget. University, Ala.; Bureau of Public Administration, University of Alabama, 1942.

Assessment of Public Utilities in Alabama. University, Ala.; Bureau of Public Administration, University of Alabama, 1952.

The Effect of the Proposed Homestead Exemption on Assessed Value and Revenue Receipts of Various Units of the State of Alabama. University, Ala.; Bureau of Public Administration, University of Alabama, 1930.

Impact of Overlapping Sales Taxes on Small Business. University, Ala.; Bureau of Public Administration, University of Alabama, 1960.

Revenues of Small Alabama Cities; Fairhope and 26 Other Cities with 1950 Population of 2,000 to 5,000. University, Ala.; Bureau of Public Administration, University of Alabama, 1951.

The Role of the State of South Carolina in the Taxation of Property. Columbia, S.C.; Bureau of Business Research, University of South Carolina, 1965.

Taxation of Life Insurance Companies in Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.; Association of Alabama Life Insurance Companies, 1965.

Theory of the Gold Standard. Urbana, Ill.; University of Illinois Press, 1934.

Joint_Publication(s):

Fairhope, 1894-1954; the Story of a Single Tax Colony. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1956.