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|Chapman, Sydney John.|
Adm. sizar at TRINITY, Oct. 1, 1895. 2nd s. of David, of 133, Shrewsbury Street, Old Trafford, Manchester.
B. Apr. 20, 1871, at Wells, Norfolk.
School, Manchester Grammar (Mr Dill).
Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 1897; Prizeman; (Moral Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1897; Pt II, 1st Class, 1898); B.A. 1898; M.A. 1903.
Lecturer in Economics and Political Science at Cardiff University, 1899-1901.
Professor of Political Economy at Manchester University, 1901-17.
Dean of the Faculty of Commerce and Administration at Manchester, 1904-17.
Member of the Advisory Committee of the Census of Production, 1907.
President of Section F of the British Association, 1909.
Chairman of the Economic Commission in South Africa, 1913.
Director of Industrial War Enquiries Branch, Board of Trade, 1916; Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trade, 1918; Permanent Secretary, 1919-27.
Chief Economic Advisor to the Government, 1927-32.
Member of the Economic Committee of the League of Nations, 1927-32; President, 1930.
Member and Chairman of the Imperial Economic Committee, 1931-2. Member of Import Duties Advisory Committee, 1932.
Litt.D. (Manchester) 1921.
F.R.S. Publications: vols. in continuation of Lord Brassey's Work and Wages, etc. (in collaboration with Lord Brassey): The Lancashire Cotton Industry, 1904; The Cotton Industry and Trade, 1905; Outlines of Political Economy, 1st ed. 1911, etc.
Of The Manor House, Ware, Herts., in 1939.
(Who's who, 1939; Burke, P. and B.; Knightage, 1939; Roll of the Regent House, 1937.)
|Sydney John CHAPMAN |
Approx. lifespan: 18711951
Tripos: Trin. Mor.Sci. I 1897; Mor.Sci. II 1898
Adm sizar Trinity College 1895:10:01
2nd s. of David CHAPMAN of 133 Shrewsbury Street, Old Trafford, Manchester, [ Lancashire ]
b. Wells, Norfolk 1871:04:20
School Sch: Manchester Grammar( Mr DILL )
(Moral Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class 1897
Pt II, 1st Class 1898 );
Lecturer in Economics and Political Science at Sch: Cardiff University [Cardiff], [ Glamorgan ] 1899-1901
Professor of Political: Economy at Sch: Manchester University [Manchester], [ Lancashire ] 1901-17
Dean: the Faculty of Commerce and Administration at Manchester, [ Lancashire ] 1904-17
Member of: : Advisory
Committee of Census of Production 1907
President of: : Section F of British Association 1909
Chairman of: : Economic Commission in South Africa 1913
Director of: : Industrial War Enquiries Branch, Board of Trade 1916
Assistant Secretary to: : Board of Trade 1918
Permanent Secretary: 1919-27
Chief Economic Advisor to the Government 1927-32
Member of: : Economic Committee of League of Nations 1927-32
Member and Chairman of: : Imperial Economic Committee 1931-32
Member of: : Import Duties Advisory
Litt. D. (Manchester) 1921
Publications: vols. in continuation of Lord Brassey's Work and Wages etc. (in collaboration with Lord Brassey): The Lancashire Cotton Industry 1904
The Cotton Industry and Trade 1905
Outlines of Political Economy, 1st ed. 1911 etc.
Of The Manor House, [The, Ware], Hertfordshire in1939
( Who's who 1939; Burke, P. and B.; Knightage 1939; Roll of the Regent House 1937)
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