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Economic policy papers of Douglas Jay, 1962-1981

MS. 6745/59
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  1. Papers relating to essayThe Crawling Peg by John H. Williamson, including copy of the essay, and articles and notes on international monetary policy. 1962-1972
  2. Papers relating to savings and a proposed state unit trust scheme. Comprises correspondence, including with Denis Healey, Harold Lever, Roy Jenkins and Miles Thomas, press cuttings and reports. Also includes letter from the Postmaster General [John Stonehouse] regarding two-tier letter system. 1968-1974
  3. Papers relating to national incomes distribution, including press cutting, letter from Michael [Foot?], and reprint of article "The incidence of taxes and social service benefits in 1971" from Economic Trends. 1972-1973
  4. Copy of A Critique of the Green Paper Proposals. Memorandum of Evidence submitted to the Select Committee of the House of Commons on Tax Credit by Nicholas Kaldor, and covering letter from members of the School of Social Work, the University of Leicester. 1973
  5. Papers relating to the Ditchley Foundations Conference on Growth, Resources and Environment in Socialist and Open-Market Industrialized Countries. 1975
  6. Papers relating to incomes policy, including correspondence (closed), Confederation of British Industry discussion document The future of pay determination, and paper The Fixing of Money Rates of Pay by J.E. Meade. 1977-1981


  • Creation: 1962-1981


1 box (6 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English

Conditions Governing Access

Some material is closed.


MS. 6745/59

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom