Andrew Shonfield Association

Scope and Content

Records of the Andrew Shonfield Association, 1986-1994, created in memory of Sir Andrew Akiba Shonfield, Professor of Economics, to promote and develop his ideas, including material relating to the Steering Committee, 1986-1988, the organisation of the Association, 1987-1988, funding, 1987-1992, and membership, 1987-1991; questionnaires, 1987, newsletters, 1987-1994, and conference papers, 1987; papers of meetings, including the Wiston House Symposium, 1988, the Florence Symposium, 1989 and 1992, and the Trinity College Symposium, 1991.
Papers deposited by Sir Arthur Knight include notes for his entry on Shonfield in the Dictionary of National Biography , and papers concerning the Association.

Administrative / Biographical History

The Andrew Shonfield Association was set up in 1987 in memory of Sir Andrew Akiba Shonfield (1917-1981), in order to 'perpetuate and develop that particular search for understanding in the political and social fields which characterised his work, with its emphasis on ideas about the mixed economy, individual and collective action, markets and the state: and the thinking about policy to which these lead'. The original Steering Committee consisted of Bernard Cazes, William Diebold, Ron Dore, Professor Jean Paul Samuel Fitoussi, Wolfgang Hager, Sir Arthur Knight, Arrigo Levi and John Pinder. The Association was wound up in 1994.



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Archivist's Note

Compiled by Sarah Aitchison as part of the RSLP AIM25 project.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright retained by the donors and their heirs.

Custodial History

Given by the Andrew Shonfield Association and Sir Arthur Knight in 1995.

Related Material

The BLPES also holds the papers of Sir Andrew Akiba Shonfield, (Ref: Shonfield).