Russell Sage


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Russell Sage

An American businessman, investor and politician (1816-1906). He started his career as a grocer and in local politics, eventually being elected to U.S. Congress. In later life, he purchased a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and financed the expansion of American railroads westward.
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The Russell Sage proposals include everything from a universal child allowance to a renter's tax credit; from subsidising employment to a public works programme paying a living wage.
The Sage Colleges is a private educational institution comprising three colleges in New York: Russell Sage College, a women's college in Troy, New York, Sage College of Albany, a co-educational college in Albany, New York, and the Sage Graduate School, which operates both in Troy and in Albany.
Changes in demographics over the next two decades will make it difficult to raise a median household income that's fallen back to 1997 levels, according to a report for the Russell Sage Foundation by Cornell economists.
The most glamorous suite in London, The Royal Suite, was unveiled in May 2011 with wonderful English interiors by designer Russell Sage, a collection of antiques gathered from around Britain and a new balcony which runs the entire length of the top floor.
Bernanke made his comments at a conference on "Rethinking Finance" sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation and The Century Foundation.
compiled by the Russell Sage Foundation, a research center for social sciences, and the Spencer Foundation, which focuses on education.
She received her bachelor's degree at Russell Sage College, Troy, N.
She ultimately served as an administrator for the prestigious Russell Sage Foundation in New York, where she directed its charity organization department.
Russell Sage Foundation (1909-1922): conceptualizadora del trabajo de caso
For me it was Weinstein's study, The Self-Image of the Child (published by the Russell Sage Foundation) in 1960.