Edward Hugh DALTON, economist. Council, Royal State Society; Created Life Peer, 1960.
DALTON, Edward Hugh was born in 1887 in Neath, Glamorgan, Wales.
Master of Arts King’s College Cambridge, 1909. Doctor of Science London School of Economies and Political Science, London, United Kingdom, 1913.
Notable postwar British Labour Politician who wrote authoritatively on issues of taxation. His Principles of Public Finance was a leading textbook in the interwar period. Lector, Reader Economics, London School of Economies and Political Science, London, United Kingdom, 1914, 1920-1936.
Member of Parliament (Labour),
1924-1931, 1935-1962. United Kingdom Minister of Economics Warfare, 1940-1942. President, United Kingdom Board Trade, 1942-1945.
United Kingdom Chancellor Exchequer, 1945-1947.
Council, Royal State Society. Created Life Peer, 1960.
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