758R. Harrod to J. Tinbergen, 11 February 1938 [a]

Following a request for statistical materials concerning co-operative retail sales, [1] Harrod explains that he has not himself been working on co-operative sources, and that his link with a book on the subject "was merely advisory in connexion with its general form". [2] Harrod forwards Tinbergen's letter to Sargant Florence.

  1. 1. Tinbergen wrote to this effect on 5 February, having heard from Meade that Harrod had done some work on co-operative sources (in LoN 10B/35024/12653(3)).

    2. Harrod refers to refers to Consumers' Co-operation in Great Britain. An Examination of the British Co-operative Movement, by A. M. Carr-Saunders, P. S. Florence, R. Peers, in consultation with C. Clark, M. I. Cole, C. R. Fay, R. F. Harrod, J. Hilton, J. Jewkes, H. A. Silverman, T. Searls, L. Woolf, London: Allen & Unwin, 1938.

    1. a. From Christ Church, Oxford # , one page ALS, in LoN 10B/35024/12653.


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