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TitleLSE: Research Professorship and other papers
Ref NoBEVERIDGE/5/4
LevelFile
Date1932-1937
Extent1 folder
DescriptionCorrespondence and memoranda, mainly relating to W H Beveridge's proposals for developments at LSE, including his bid to be Research Professor of Social Economics, 1934.

Includes memoranda:
"Note on constitutions of University College and King's College as compared with London School of Economics, by W H Beveridge, 1934.
"University of London, University College: note on constitution and procedure", by W H Beveridge, 16 October 1935.
"Reflections on the School of Economics", memo by W H Beveridge, 30 October 1935 [Click on the link below for a digitised version of this document (pdf file, c.10MB)].
"A National Institute of Economic and Social Research", March 1937.

Correspondents include:
William George Stewart Adams
Edwin Deller
Raymond Blaine Fosdick (including notes by W H Beveridge on Rockefeller Foundation policy and his thoughts on a programme for the social sciences, 1937)
Max Mason (of the Rockefeller Foundation)
Josiah Charles Stamp (Baron Stamp)
URLhttp://lib-161.lse.ac.uk/archives/beveridge/5_4.pdf
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