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Name  Ephraim Lipson

Ephraim Lipson Europe 19141939 Ephraim Lipson Amazoncom Books
Died  April 22, 1960, Lambeth, London, United Kingdom
Education  Trinity College, Cambridge
Books  The economic history of England

Ephraim Lipson, or E. Lipson (1 September 1888, Sheffield – 22 April 1960) was a British economic historian.

The son of a Jewish furniture dealer, Lipson attended Sheffield Royal Grammar School followed by Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated with a First class degree in History.

He taught at Oxford University (as private tutor, independent researcher) Cambridge University (1921–1931), Boston University (1932–1933), University of California (1933–).

Literary works

  • editor of the "Economic History Review" (1921–1934) (with Richard Henry Tawney (1880–1962), Michael Moïssey Postan (1899–1981), H. J. Habbakuk, Economic History Society)
  • The economic history of England, 3 Vols., 1915–1931
  • Europe in the nineteenth century, 1916
  • The history of the English woollen and worsted industries, 1921
  • Increased production, 1921
  • The inventions, 1934
  • Europe, 1914–1939
  • A planned economy and free enterprise, 1944
  • References

    Ephraim Lipson Wikipedia

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