ABSTRACT

First Published in 2005. This volume collects together the twenty-one inaugural lectures in economic history, eighteen of them delivered by professors of the subject in British universities between 1929 and 1970. To these, three earlier lectures have been appropriately added.

chapter 3|18 pages

George Unwin: THE AIMS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

chapter 5|16 pages

G. N. Clark: THE STUDY OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

chapter 9|18 pages

W. K. Hancock: ECONOMIC HISTORY AT OXFORD

chapter 15|20 pages

M. W.Beresford: TIME AND PLACE

chapter 16|16 pages

S. G. E. Lythe: THE HISTORIAN'S PROFESSION

chapter 18|16 pages

Ralph Davis: HISTORY AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES