Graham was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and died in Princeton, New Jersey. He is known mainly for his work in the theory of international trade, and especially for his attack on classical and neoclassical trade theory. He received his doctorate from Harvard, where he came under the influence of Taussig. After teaching at Rutgers and Dartmouth, he joined the Princeton faculty in 1921, becoming a full professor in 1930. In addition to undergraduate teaching, he taught the Princeton graduate courses in international trade and in monetary theory.
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