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Economic policy papers of Douglas Jay, 1931-1996

MS. 6745/56
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Papers relating to general economic policy. Subjects include exchange controls, incomes policy, employment policy, taxation, industry, inflation, balance of payments, imports, and stock exchanges.

Comprises notes, correspondence, including correspondence with Harold Wilson regarding economic government machinery, articles and reports, notes for a speech by Jay, press cuttings, transcripts of speeches given by Nicholas Kaldor in the House of Lords, transcript of Ernest Sykes Memorial Lecture "The Competition of Deposits and the Impact of Monetary Policy" given by Harold Rose, command papers The Attack on Inflation after 31st July 1977, An Analysis of the sources of War Finance and an Estimate of the National Income and Expenditure in 1938, 1940, 1941 and 1942 and Proposals for an Internal Clearing Union, Treasury financial statements, Labour Economic Polciy Group papers (=closed), extract of evidence given by Hugh Gaitskell to the Committee on the Working of the Monetary System, Soviet Booklet no. 73 The abolition of taxes on factory and office workers and other measures to advance the well-being of the Soviet people. Report and concluding speech by N. Khrushchiv to the Supreme Soviet May 5-7, 1960, and transcript of Woolwich Economic Lecture "Some Aspects of Economic Planning in Western European Industrial Countries" by Gisèle Podbielski.


  • 1931-1996


1 box (2 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English

Conditions Governing Access

Some material is closed.


MS. 6745/56

Repository Details

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Weston Library
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Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom