Leo’s LSE Classes
Hurwicz LSE Classes
Class Course # # of lectures
Terms * Day / Time Instructor
Theory of Money and Credit 43 20
M,L Mondays, 6-7
Thursdays, 3-4
Whale
International Trade and Foreign Exchanges 45 10
L Tuesdays, 12-1 Benham
The Theory of Production 47 20
M,L Thursdays, 6-7 Kaldor
Introduction to Mathematical Economics 66 15
L,S Mondays, 5-6 Allen
Public Finance and the Trade Cycle 69 5
S to be arranged Kaldor
Advanced Problems of Economic Theory 71 10
L Mondays, 5-6 Kaldor
Theories of Economic Policy 74 6
L Fridays, 6-7 Robbins
Banking in the United States 120 10
L Tuesdays, 11-12 (or 6-7) Robertson
The Organisation of Credit 121 15
M Tuesdays, 11-12 & during first five weeks, Wednesdays, 10-11 Whale
The History of Currency and Banking in England 122 20
M,L Wednesdays, 12-1 or 7-8 Whale
Post-War Currency History 123 15
M,L Tuesdays, 7-8 Secord
Advanced Problems of International Trade 140 20
L,S Wednesdays, 10-11 Condliffe







TOTAL HOURS

166

















International Economic Relations


M
Condliffe
Advanced Banking




Whale and Robertson



*M=Michaelmas,L=Lent,S=Summer

Michaelmas Term: Monday, 3rd October, to Friday, 9th December, 1938.
Lent Term: Monday, 9th January, to Friday, 17th March, 1939;
Summer Term: Monday, 24th April, to Friday, 23rd June, 1939.
 
Based on Leo’s Postgraduate Student File at the LSE and the London School of Economics Calendar 1938/39
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