Marion Clawson

Robert Marion Clawson (August 10, 1905 – April 12, 1998) was an American agricultural economist. He worked for the United States Department of Agriculture from 1929 to 1946.

In 1948, he became the second director of the Bureau of Land Management, where he served until 1953.

Clawson spent 1953-1955 in Israel as a member of the Economic Advisory Staff, a group of American economists who were invited to Israel by David Ben-Gurion.

He spent the rest of his career at Resources for the Future. During his 20 years at Resources for the Future, Clawson worked on forestry resources and policy. He was active with the organization at the time of his death at age 92. Provided by Wikipedia
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