Economist, politician and educational reformer. Born Salisbury. Blinded in a shooting accident as a young man. The first blind MP. As Postmaster General (1880-4) he developed the parcel post and in...
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Philosopher, economist, advocate of women's rights. Born 13 Rodney Street, Pentonville, son of James Mill. Died in Avignon where he had a house. An exponent of Utilitarianism, a theory developed by...
Person, Economist, Gender Issues, Philosophy, France
Born East London, 36 Broad Street Buildings.
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Scottish philosopher and economist best known for "The Wealth of Nations", his pioneering book on free trade and market economics.
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Geologist, educationalist, economist, statesman. Expert on the geography of the Alps. Born 4 Duncan Terrace, of German parentage, grew up in Prague and Vienna. Died in Vienna.
Person, Economist, Education, Politics & Administration, Science, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland
Born Calcutta, India. Died in a nursing home in Fitzroy Square. Economic/social historian, Christian socialist and founding father of the welfare state.
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UCL = University College London
Manufacturer, economist, journalist and public servant. Born Hawick, Scotland. Died Calcutta. Founder in 1843 of the Economist publication. Liberal MP, opponent of the Corn Laws. Founder of the Cha...
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