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Sir Hawtrey, RALPH GEORGE

Sir Hawtrey, RALPH GEORGE, British economist. Fellow British Academy; member Royal Economics Society (president 1946-1948), American Academy Arts and Sciences (foreign honorary).

Background

  • GEORGE, Sir Hawtrey, RALPH was born on November 22, 1879 in Slough, England. Son of George Procter and Eda (Strahan) H.

  • Education

    • Student Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge, England, honorary fellow, 1959. Doctor of Science (honorary), London University.

    Career

    • . Official British Treasury, 1904-1944. Visiting professor Harvard, 1928-1929. Henry Price professor Royal Institute International Affairs, 1947-1952.

    Works

    • Author: A Century of Bank Rate, 1938. Towards the Rescue of Sterling, 1954. Cross Purposes in Wage Policy, 1955.

      The Pound at Home and Abroad, 1963.

    Membership

    Fellow British Academy. Member Royal Economics Society (president 1946-1948), American Academy Arts and Sciences (foreign honorary).

    Connections

    • Married Hortense Emilia d’Aranyi, April.
    • father: George Procter H.
    • mother: Eda (Strahan) H.
    • spouse: Hortense Emilia d’Aranyi
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    Born November 22, 1879
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