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Autobiography

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  • Meade, James E.

    (University of Cambridge)

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Born on 23 June 1907, I was brought up in the City of Bath in England. At school - Lambrook School (1917-1921) and Malvern College (1917-1926) - my education was concentrated on the Latin and Greek languages. At the university - Oriel College, Oxford (1926-1930) - I continued my classical education until 1928. I then moved over for two years to the newly-started School of Philosophy, Politics and Economics.

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  • Meade, James E., 1978. "Autobiography," Nobel Prize in Economics documents 1977-4, Nobel Prize Committee.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:nobelp:1977_004
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    international trade;

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    • F00 - International Economics - - General - - - General

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