J. H. Clapham

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John Clapham

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Sir John Harold Clapham CBE, LittD, FBA (September 13, 1873- March 29, 1946) was a British economic historian.

He was educated at The Leys School, Cambridge and was the first Professor of Economic History at Cambridge University from 1928 to 1938, and Vice-Provost of King's College, Cambridge from 1933 until 1943 in which year he received a knighthood.. He is also remembered for his work, The Bank of England, a history (1944, ISBN 0-521-04662-9

Famous quote by him: "Economic advance is not the same thing as human progress".

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Economic History Of Britain From 1820 To 1850

Monetary Policy In 1921

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