See also:English economist, was
See also:born in
See also:London on the 25th of
See also:February 186o . He was educated at St Olave's grammar school and Ballipl
See also:Oxford, and became a
See also:fellow of Lincoln College . In 1888 he was appointed
See also:professor of
See also:economy and constitutional
See also:history in
See also:Toronto University, a
See also:pOSt which he resigned in 1802, in
See also:order to become professor of economic history at Harvard University . In Igo' he, was appointed professor of commerce and
See also:finance in
See also:Birmingham University and in 1902 dean of the
See also:faculty of commerce . Professor
See also:Ashley became well known for his
See also:work on the early history of English
See also:industry, and for his Prominence among those English economists who supported Mr
See also:tariff reform
See also:movement . His most important
See also:works are Early History of the English Woollen Industry (18$7); Introduction to English Economic History and Theory (2 parts, 1888-1893); Surveys, Historic and Economic (r000);
See also:Adjustment of Wages-(1903); the Tariff Problem (2nd ed . 1904); Pragress of the German Working Classes (1904) .
ELIAS ASHMOLB (1617-1692)
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