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Royal Economic Society

Royal Economic Society

CANNAN, Edwin (1861 - 1935), President of Royal Economic Society since 1932

HOBSON, Oscar (Rudolf) (1886 - 1961), Member, Court of Governors, London School of Economics and Political Science; Member, Council of Royal Economic Society

BEATH, John Arnott (born 1944), Professor, University of St Andrews, 1991–2009, now Emeritus; Secretary General, Royal Economic Society, 2008–15

FRANKLIN, Ernest Louis (1859 - 1950), Fellow Royal Economic Society; partner in the firm of Samuel Montagu & Co., bankers and bullion merchants

SPALDING, William F. (1879 - 1963), Author, Retired Banker; Associate City of London College; Fellow Royal Economic Society; Chaplain and PM, Authors Lodge; Hon. Fellow Grand College of Rites (USA)

FOXWELL, Herbert Somerton (1849 - 1936), President of Royal Economic Society; Fellow and Director of Economic Studies of St John’s College, Cambridge; Emeritus Professor of Political Economy in the University of London; Hon. Governor of the London School of Economics

BOLLING, Cunliffe Lawrance (1898 - 1938), consultant, writer and lecturer on commercial subjects, particularly sales promotion and hire-purchase; Fellow of the Incorporated Sales Managers’ Association; Past President of the Hire Traders’ Protection Association; Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society; Fellow of the Royal Economic Society

ROBINSON, (Edward) Austin (Gossage) (1897 - 1993), Emeritus Professor of Economics, Cambridge University since 1966 (Professor, 1950–65); Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, since 1931; Secretary of Royal Economic Society, 1945–70

EDGEWORTH, Francis Ysidro (1845 - 1926), Emeritus Professor of Political Economy, University of Oxford; Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford; Fellow of King’s College, London; sometime President of the Royal Statistical Society; joint editor of the Economic Journal

HOPKINS, Frederick Gowland (1861 - 1947), Professor of Bio-chemistry, University of Cambridge, 1914, Sir William Dunn Professor, 1921–43; Fellow and late Prælector in Biochemistry, Trinity College; Hon. Fellow of Emmanuel College; an original Member of the MRC, retired 1930; Member of Agricultural Research Council; Chairman Animal Diseases Committee Economic Advisory Council; Member of several European Academies and learned societies; Vice-President, Chemical Society, 1921; Baly Medal, RCP, 1915; Croonian Lecturer, Royal Society, 1915; Dunham Lecturer, Harvard; Royal Medal, 1918; Copley Medal, 1926; Albert Medal, 1934; Harben Medal, 1937; (jtly) Nobel Prize for Medicine, 1929; Huxley Memorial Lecturer, 1920; Herter Lecturer New York and Baltimore, 1921; Cameron Prizeman University Edinburgh, 1922; late one of the Official Analysts to the Home Office; President, Royal Society, 1930–35; President, British Association, 1933; President, Cambridge Phil. Society, 1936–39

Snell, Henry (1865 - 1944), Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms since 1940; Deputy Leader of House of Lords since 1940; Member of Imperial Economic Committee, 1930; Vice-President of Royal Empire Society and Vice-Chairman Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1940–43; Joint-Treasurer of Empire Parliamentary Association; Vice-Chairman of the British Council; Pres. of National Council of Social Service, 1938

ANDREADES, Andrew (1876 - 1935), Doctor of Law and of Political Science, Paris University; Fellow Academy of Athens: corresponding member Royal Economic Society, Academie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, Paris; Academy of Political Science, N. York; Bavarian Academy, Munich; Rumanian Academy, Bucharest: Institut d’Egypte, Cairo; Commander of the Legion d’honneur, of The Redeemer and of Leopold Orders; Grand Commander Crown of Italy and St. Sava of Serbia; Grand Cross Crown of Rumania and Civil Merit of Bulgaria; Dean Faculty of Law, Athens University; President Anglo-Hellenic League (Athens branch); Chairman of the Greek League of Nations Union

Keynes, John Maynard (1883 - 1946), leader of British Delegation which negotiated the American Loan in Washington, Sept.–Dec. 1945, and Feb. 1946 was appointed a Governor of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; Fellow and Bursar of King’s College, Cambridge; Fellow of Eton College; a Director of the Bank of England; a Trustee of the National Gallery; Chairman of Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts; High Steward Borough of Cambridge since 1943; President, Royal Economic Society; Member of Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Consultative Council; Chairman, Arts Theatre of Cambridge; Officier de l’Ordre de Léopold

 

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An economic association formed in the UK in 1890. The Royal Economic Society has over 3 000 members, with 60 percent living outside the UK. It promotes the study of economic science in academic life, government service, banking, industry, and public affairs.

http://www.res.org.uk The home page of the Royal Economic Society.

Subjects: Economics.


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