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|Pigou, Arthur Cecil.|
Adm. at KING'S, Oct. 3, 1896.
Eldest s. of Clarence George Scott [15th Regt.], of The Larches, Pembury.
B. Nov. 18, 1877, at Beachlands, Ryde, Isle of Wight.
Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar, 1898; Chancellor's English medal, 1899; B.A. (Hist.
Trip., 1st Class) 1899; Burney prize, 1900; Cobden prize, 1901; Adam Smith prize, 1903; M.A. 1903.
Fellow, 1902-52-. President of the Union, 1900.
Jevons Memorial Lecturer at University College, London, 1903-4. Girdler's Lecturer in Economics at Cambridge, 1904-7. Professor of Political Economy, 1908-43.
Member of Committee on Currency and Foreign Exchange, 1918; of the Royal Commission on Income-Tax, 1918.
Author, Aspects of British Economic History; The Economics of Welfare; Industrial Fluctuations; The Policy of Land Taxation; The Riddle of the Tariff; The Theory of Unemployment; Wealth and Welfare. Of Lower Gatesgarth, Buttermere, Cockermouth, and King's College, in 1952.
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Reg.; Who's Who.)
|Arthur Cecil PIGOU |
Approx. lifespan: 18771959
Adm King's College 1896:10:03
Eldest s. of Clarence George SCOTT 15th Regiment, of The Larches, Pembury, [Kent],
b. Beachlands, Ryde, Isle of Wight , 1877:11:18
Sch: Harrow School Harrow, [Middlesex],
Chancellor's English Medal 1899
BA Hist.Trip.,1st Class 1899
Burney Prize 1900
Cobden Prize 1901
Adam Smith Prize 1903
President of: : Cambridge Union Society 1900
Jevons Memorial Lecturer at: : Sch: University College London , ???, 1903-04
Lecturer in Economics CB, ???, [Cambridgeshire], 1904-07
Professor of Political: Economy 1908-43
Member of Committee on: : Currency and Foreign Exchange 1918
of the Royal Commission on Income-Tax 1918
Publ.: Aspects of British Economic History; The Economics of Welfare; Industrial Fluctuations; The Policy of Land Taxation; The Riddle of the Tariff; The Theory of Unemployment; Wealth and Welfare
Of Lower Gatesgarth, Buttermere, Cockermouth, [Cumberland], , and King's College in1952
( Harrow School Reg.; King's College Reg.; Who's Who .)
[add:] d. 1959:03:07 [:add]
[add:]Portrait by E. Nelson, 1948, at King's College ; study at Marshall Library[:add]
[add:] WWW ; L.P. Wilkinson, KC ; Goodison: CP : 282[:add]