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Notes on lectures attended by Gregory at the LSE. Correspondence witheconomists Edwin Cannan (1861-1935), Frederick Hayek (1899-1992), IrvingFisher (1867-1947) and Sir Dennis Holme Robertson (1890-1963).

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Sir Theodore Emmanuel Gugenheim Gregory 1890-1970

Gregory was educated at Owens' School, Islington, Stuttgart and the LondonSchool of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Gregory was an Assistant andLecturer at the LSE 1913-1919; Cassel Reader in International Trade, 1920;Acting Professor of Economics at University College, Nottingham, 1915-1916;some-time Member of Council, REcon.S Dean of the Faculty of Economics,University of London, 1927-1930; Pres., Section F of British Association,1930; Senator of the University, 1928-1930; Newmarch Lecturer, UniversityCollege, 1929; Member, Macmillan Committee on Industry and Finance,1929-1931; Economic Adviser, Niemeyer Mission to Australia and New Zealand,1930; Sir E. Cassel Professor of Economics in the University of London,1927-1937; Economic Adviser to Govt of India, 1938-1946; Member, Irish FreeState Banking Commission, 1934-1937; Chairman, Food grains Policy Committee(India), 1943; Professor of Social Economics in the University of Manchester,1930-1932; Examiner in the Universities of London, Cambridge, Oxford,Edinburgh, etc. Hon. Fellow, London School of Economics, 1958. Commander,Order of George 1st (Greece); Commander Austrian Order of Merit.

His publications include:

  • Present Position of Banking in America (1925)
  • The Return to Gold (1925)
  • First Year of the Gold Standard (1926)
  • Foreign Exchange (1927)
  • The Practical Working of the Federal Reserve System in the US(1930)
  • Introduction to Tooke and Newmarch's History of Prices (1928)
  • Select Statutes, Documents and Reports relating to British Banking(1964)
  • The Gold Standard and its Future (1932)
  • Gold, Unemployment, and Capitalism(1933)
  • The Westminster Bank Through a Century(1936)
  • India on the Eve of the Third Five-Year Plan(1960)
  • Ernst Oppenheimer and the Economic Development of Southern Africa(1962)


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