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M.1 July 1920, note by Harrod to H. F. Scott-Stokes, concerning Harrod's paper on "The Lady from the Sea" to be read before the New College Essay Society (answered by Scott-Stokes on 19 July 1920: note 1 to letter 9 R).
M.2 [1920-23], Harrod to H. H. Price, discussing "if" clauses, universal propositions and logical implications. Answered by 930 R.
M.3 June 1922, letter to N. A. Beechman, suggesting amendments to a document not found, regarding the Liberal party or the Oxford University Liberal Club. Answered on 14 June (letter in HPBL Add. 71609/42-44).
M.4 October 1922, Harrod to E. O. Siepmann, answered by 37 R.
M.5 January 1923, R. H. Dundas to Harrod, on Harrod's teaching; cited in 49 R.
M.6 May-June 1923, Harrod to M. Palyi, two letters; answered by 58 R.
M.9 October 1923, Harrod to H. B. W. Joseph, on population. Answered by 62 R.
M.10 February 1924, Harrod to H. F. Scott-Stokes, on the rate of interest in the trade cycle. Answered by 70 R.
M.11 11 April 1924, Harrod to F. Y. Edgeworth. Answered by 71 .
M.12 April 1924, Harrod to M. Dobb; answered by 72 .
M.15 May 1924, Harrod to J. M. Keynes, introducing H. H. Price (cited in Price to Harrod, 8 May 1924, letter 74 R; answered by Keynes on 11 May, in HP II-14).
M.16 May 1924, Harrod to F. Y. Edgeworth. Answered by 76 .
M.17 July 1924, Harrod to R. H. Dundas, on Harrod's temptation to apply for a position in philosophy; answered by 77 R.
M.19 31 July 1925, Harrod to Sir William Larke, requesting information on cartels. Answered by 89 R.
M.22 25 September 1925, Harrod to H. B. Butler, requesting information on international cartels. Follows on from 21 M, answered on 8 October, in HP V-114.
M.26 1 January 1925, H. H. Price to Harrod, on "Sensa, qualities of what?". Cited in 98 R.
M.28 15 June 1926, Harrod to C. W. Jones, concerning a prospected lecture to the Royal Institute of International Affairs on cartels; replies to 117 R, answered on 17 June, in HP V-114.
M.29 26 November 1926, Harrod to H. B. W. Joseph, accompanying 123 .
M.33 14 February 1927, Harrod to F. B. Bourdillon, card; summarized in, and answered by, 136 R.
M.34 August 1927, Harrod to J. M. Keynes, accepting an invitation to stay in Tilton for a couple of nights. Replies to letter 140 R and to Keynes to Harrod, 19 August 1927, in KHLM 10 , answered on 22 August, in KHLM 11 .
M.35 16 November 1927, Harrod to I. Fisher; answered by 143 R.
M.36 January 1928, Harrod to D. H. Macgregor, probably concerning Harrod's review of Central Banks: a Study of the Constitutions of Banks of Issue, with an analysis of Representative Characters, by C. H. Kisch and W. A. Elkin (Harrod 1928:6 ) for the Economic Journal. Macgregor replied on 31 January 1928 (HP IV-731).
M.37 February 1928, Harrod to M. Palyi, card. Answered by 147 R.
M.38 March 1928, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, note. Answered by 148 R.
M.39 July 1928, D. H. Macgregor to Harrod, acknowledging receipt of Harrod's "Notes on Monopoly and Quasi-Competition" (letter 150 ).
M.40 November 1928, Harrod to C. P. Scott, indicating D. G. O. Ayerst as a possible correspondent to the Manchester Guardian; answered by Scott on 16 November, in HPBL Add. 71190/80, Cc in MGA A/H29/2.
M.41 March 1929, Harrod to F. P. Ramsey. Answered by 158 .
M.43 June or July 1929, Harrod to F. P. Ramsey, disputing Ramsey's rejection of Harrod's "Notes on Monopoly and Quasi-Competition"; answered by 168 .
M.44 16 September 1929, Harrod to G. E. G. Catlin, marginal notes and comments on a book by Catlin, attached to letter 169 R.
M.45 December 1929, Harrod to C. P. Scott, declining the offer of becoming Oxford correspondent of the Manchester Guardian: see 170 R.
M.46 28 or 29 January 1930, Harrod to E. S. Craig, accepting to be a member of the Bodleian Library Commission; replies to 172 R, answered on 29 January (in HP VI/14).
M.48 January-February 1930, Harrod, 3 letters to A. W. Stonier, concerning a paper of the latter (see 173 R).
M.50 November 1930, Harrod to E. H. Phelps Brown. Answered by 181 R.
M.51 November 1930, Harrod to H. A. Miers, two letters concerning the divulgation of the proceeding of the Bodleian Library Commission. Answered on 6 November (letter 182 R) and 10 November (in HP VI/53).
M.52 21 November 1930, Harrod to H. A. Miers. Answered by 184 R.
M.54 December 1930, Harrod to D. Veale, further inquiring on planning restrictions. Replies to 53 R, answered on 19 December, in HP VI-91/9.
M.56 19 December 1930, Harrod to H. A. Miers, thanking for his co-operation and informing him on the requests of information to K. Sisam (missing letter 55 M) (recorded in a diary-like note by Harrod, in HP-VI-69/3).
M.57 January 1931, Harrod to A. H. Smith, concerning the Bodleian Library. Answered by 196 R.
M.59 February 1931, Harrod to E. H. Phelps Brown. Answered by 199 R.
M.60 February or March 1931, Harrod to E. H. Phelps Brown. Note on the "Rockefeller possibilities", answered by 202 R.
M.64 June 1931, Harrod to D. H. Robertson; accompanying letter 212 .
M.65 July 1931, Harrod to E. H. Phelps Brown; answered by 215 R.
M.67 November 1931, Harrod to R. S. Cripps; answered by 221 R.
M.68 February 1932, Harrod to J. Viner; answered by 227 .
M.69 March 1932, Harrod to G. Haberler, sending two offprints (see note 1 to letter 230 ) and asking Haberler to address the Oxford Political Economy Club in occasion of his visit to Oxford. Answered by 230 .
M.70 March 1932, Harrod to R. F. Kahn; answered by 229 .
M.73 April 1932, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, letter accompanying a note reproduced as letter 232 .
M.74 April 1932, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, answered by 234 .
M.76 April 1932, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, answered on 22 April and by 236 .
M.78 June 1932, Harrod to M. Palyi, on reflation. Answered by 245 .
M.79 July 1932, the secretary of the Conservative Committee to Harrod, probably on reflation (on Harrod's and Meade's collective letter to The Times on "Restoration of Prices", press item 3 ; mentioned in a letter by A. L. Beit, 5 July 1932, in HPBL Add. 71191/30)
M.80 July or August 1932, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, concerning International Economics. Answered by 253 .
M.81 August 1932, Harrod to R. Byron, commenting upon a pamphlet by A. J. Salter (which was withdrawn). Replies to a letter of 23 August, answered on 29 August (in HPBL Add. 71182/108-9 and HPBL Add. 71182/110-11).
M.82 September 1932, Harrod to R. M. Barrington-Ward, asking about publication of "The Dilemma in the Economy" (press item 4 ). Answered on 27 September, in HP IV-1266.
M.85 Autumn 1932 (?), J. V. Robinson to Harrod, sending a draft of "Imperfect Competition and Falling Supply Price" (1932); answered by 259 .
M.86 October 1932: postcard to D. H. Robertson (cited in Robertson's reply in the margin to Harrod's letter 258 of 13 October).
M.87 October 1932, J. V. Robinson to Harrod, sending Economics is a Serious Subject; answered by 259 .
M.88 October or November 1932, Harrod to J. R. Hicks, on Theory of Wages (1932), in particular the notion of "neutral" inventions. Answered by 262 .
M.90 November 1932, J. E. Meade to Harrod, letter accompanying note 269 .
M.93 End of December 1932: G. D. H. Cole to Harrod (cited in J. M. Keynes to Harrod, 30 December 1932, letter 274 ).
M.98 February 1933, Harrod to H. J. W. Hetherington, declining the offer of the chair of economics at the University of Liverpool. Replies to 279 R, answered on 14 February (in HPBL Add. 71191/67).
M.101 March 1933, Harrod to R. M. Barrington-Ward, accompanying the memorandum to The Times reproduced as essay 11 ; acknowledged on 10 March 1933 (in IV-1270-1303/31).
M.102 April 1933, B. Christian to Robertson or Harrod, forwarded by Robertson with letter 300 .
M.104 11 April 1933, Harrod to A. de V. Leigh, criticizing a scheme on monetary policy proposed by the London Chamber of Commerce. Answered by 303 R.
M.105 April or May 1933, Harrod to G. E. G. Catlin, replying to a letter of 9 April (in HPBL Add. 71182/130) asking whether fellowships etc. were likely to become available; answered on 25 May (in HPBL Add. 71182/131-132).
M.106 July or August 1933, Harrod to I. Berlin; answered by 314 R.
M.107 18 August 1933, Harrod to J. Shepherd; answered by 316 R.
M.108 September 1933, Harrod to J. A. Schumpeter, letter and some offprints: answered by 317 .
M.112 October 1933, Harrod to F. W. Taussig, accepting to write an article on imperfect competition for the Quarterly Journal of Economics ("Doctrines of Imperfect Competition", 1934:3 ); replies to 321 R, answered on 31 October (in HP IV-1183-1189).
M.114 November 1933, Harrod to F. W. Taussig, arrangements concerning Harrod's Quarterly Journal of Economics article (see missing item 112 M); answered on 8 November (HP IV-1183-1189).
M.124 June 1934, Harrod to C. S. Addis: note suggesting to add some qualifications to the Chatham House's Group on International Monetary Problems's report on The Future of Monetary Policy (1935) (cited in minutes of 19th meeting, 28 June 1934, in CH 9/6ll). Answered by 125 M.
M.125 June 1934, C. S. Addis to Harrod: replies to 124 M, suggesting that time was not ripe for this. Addis suggested to draft a note and send it to him (the note--missing item 303 M--is referred to in letters 370 and 385 ).
M.127 30 July 1934, J. E. Meade to Harrod. Answered by 371 .
M.131 September-October 1934, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, 2 letters concerning "The Expansion of Credit in an Advancing Community" ( 1934:8 ) and Robertson's "Mr. Harrod and the Expansion of Credit" (1934); reply to 370 , answered by 372 .
M.132 October 1934, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, 2 letters concerning Robertson's "Mr. Harrod and the Expansion of Credit" (1934) and Harrod's "Rejoinder to Mr. Robertson" ( 1934:11 ); answered by 373 .
M.133 October 1934, J. V. Robinson to Harrod, sending her "Euler's Theorem and the Problem of Distribution" ( Economic Journal XLIV, September 1934, pp. 398-414). Answered by 377 .
M.137 19 December 1934, Harrod to A. N. Whitehead, asking a testimonial for A. J. Ayer; answered by 419 R.
M.138 December 1934, K. Bode to Harrod, sending a draft of Bode and Haberler, "Monetary Equilibrium and the Price Level" (1935); answered by 414 .
M.139 January 1935, Harrod to R. F. Kahn, sending his rejoinder to Bode and Haberler; answered by 416 .
M.140 January 1935, Harrod to H. Neisser. Answered by 425 .
M.141 9 February 1935, Harrod to G. Haberler; answered by 429 .
M.143 February 1935, Harrod to H. D. Henderson, accepting an invitation for lunch; answered by 433 .
M.144 25 February, 1935: Harrod to A. D. Lindsay, inviting him to attend a meeting on March 6 to discuss Henderson's research proposal (cited in Harrod to Henderson, 25 February 1935, letter 434 ).
M.145 February or March 1935, N. Kaldor to Harrod, sending an offprint of "Market Imperfection and Excess Capacity" (Economica NS 2, February 1935, pp. 33-50). Answered by 445 .
M.146 March 1935, Harrod to R. F. Kahn, on technological progress; answered by 439 .
M.147 March 1935, Harrod to J. M. Keynes, on technological progress and roundaboutness; answered by 442 .
M.151 April 1935, J. E. Meade to Harrod, sending "Outline of Economic Policy for a Labour Government"; answered by 447 .
M.152 May (?) 1935, N. Kaldor to Harrod, answered by 485 .
M.153 October 1935, D. H. Robertson to Harrod; answered by 483 .
M.156 [1935, second half]: E. F. M. Durbin to Harrod, Harrod to Durbin, and Durbin to Harrod: stipulations about Harrod's review ( 1935:6 ) of Durbin's Problem of Credit Policy (cited in Durbin to Harrod, 4 February 1936, letter 519 , and Harrod to Durbin, 7 February 1936, letter 520 ).
M.168 May 1936, E. Sackwille-West to Harrod, sending his biography of De Quincy (A Flame in Sunlight, London: Cassell, 1936); answered by 559 R.
M.170 May 1936, Harrod to A. H. Cole, of the Review of Economic Statistics, indicating some changes he wished to introduce in "Imperfect Competition and the Trade Cycle" ( 1936:7 ). Cole answered on 25 May that it was too late (in HP IV-E, Box 37).
M.171 [May or June 1936], N. Kaldor to Harrod, stressing the importance of the distinction between invariable and variable prime costs (cited in The Trade Cycle, Harrod 1936:8 , p. 79n, with probable reference to Harrod's preliminary treatment in "Imperfect Competition and the Trade Cycle", 1936:7 , p. 86).
M.173 July 1936, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, commenting on Robertson's (not found) unpublished note on J. Robinson's "Disguised Unemployment" (Economic Journal XLVI, June 1936); replies to 576 , answered by 577 .
M.174 August 1936, A. J. Salter to Harrod, asking him to be his electoral agent. Answered by 175 M.
M.176 August or September 1936, J. R. Hicks to Harrod, on Hick's paper on "Mr. Keynes and the `Classics': A Suggested Interpretation" (later published in Econometrica 5, April 1937, pp. 147-59); cited in 582 .
M.177 August or September 1936, Harrod to J. R. Hicks, sending a copy of his paper on "Mr. Keynes and Traditional Theory" (later published as Harrod 1937:4 ) and asking Hicks to forward it to Meade (cited in Hicks to Meade, 6 September 1939, originally in Meade Papers but not found, reproduced in W. Young, Interpreting Mr. Keynes. The IS-LM Enigma, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1987, p. 35).
M.178 28 September 1936, Harrod to J. M. Keynes, answered by 590 .
M.179 September-October 1936, Harrod to the director of Thorton Butterworth, expressing concerns about the publication of a book on population; replies to an offer made on 29 September, in HP IV-C-A/2, answered on 5 October (in HP IV-C-A/6).
M.180 October 1936, Harrod to G. Faber, expressing concerns about the publication of a book on population; replies to 587 R, answered on 5 October (in HP IV-C-A/7).
M.182 26 October 1936, Harrod to A. von der Goltz; replies to 591 R, answered on 29 October (in HP IV-C-A/9).
M.183 October 1936, Harrod to H. J. Scrymgeour-Wedderburn on F. A. Lindemann; answered by 594 R.
M.184 November 1936, Harrod to H. J. Scrymgeour-Wedderburn; replies to 594 R, answered on 10 November (in HPBL Add. 71191/209).
M.187 December 1936, Harrod to F. H. Knight (probably season greetings); acknowledged at 658 .
M.188 December 1936 or January 1937: Harrod to the Evening Standard, proposing to publish a letter regarding an article on population; answered by 609 R.
M.189 1937: R. F. Bretherton to Harrod, accompanying a draft of Bretherton's "Note on the Law of Diminishing Elasticity of Demand" (later published in Economic Journal XLVII, 1937) ( 936 R).
M.190 January 1937, Harrod to P. Monkhouse of the Evening Standard, replies to 609 R, answered on 6 January (in HP IV-C-A/12).
M.193 January 1937, J. Marschak to Harrod; replies to 614 R, answered on 18 January (in JMP 1275, Box 147, folder H).
M.196 February 1937, D. H. Robertson to Harrod, accompanying note 618 .
M.197 February 1937, Harrod to R. L. Hall, answered by 623 .
M.200 February 1937, J. E. Meade to Harrod, sending a note from McLaullan. Answered by 630 .
M.201 February 1937, Harrod to B. S. Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, letter accompanying some notes concerning the economic situation, which were forwarded to Hawtrey. Answered by 639 R.
M.202 February 1937, Harrod to B. S. Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood; replies to 639 R, answered on 2 March (in HPBL Add. 71184/27-28).
M.203 13 March 1937, Harrod to P. Monkhouse of the Evening Standard, proposing a commentary on an article on population. Positively answered on 15 March, in HP IV-C (Box 33) (the article, however, does not seem to have been written).
M.204 February-April 1937, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, encouraging him to write a book; cited in letter 648 .
M.205 April 1937, Harrod to M. A. Pyke, on population. Answered by 655 R.
M.206 April 1937, Harrod to F. H. Knight; answered by 658 .
M.208 May 1937, Harrod to J. V. Robinson, on neutral inventions. Answered by 666 .
M.210 May 1937, J. E. Meade to Harrod, sending a draft of the collective letter to The Times, "Action against a Slump. Plans for Capital Development. The Time to Prepare". Answered by 669 .
M.217 End of June, 1937: "brisk little correspondence" between Harrod and D. H. Robertson about Tinbergen's review of The Trade Cycle (this was sent by Tinbergen in June: see missing item 216 M): cited in a letter from Robertson to Tinbergen, 1 July 1937, in LoN 10B/26666/12653. The topic was raised by Robertson, who asked how Harrod replied to Tinbergen's point that a time element should be explicitly introduced (Robertson to Tinbergen, 20 June 1937, in LoN 10B/26666/12653).
M.218 7 July 1937, Harrod to O. Morgenstern, accompanying Harrod's review of Lundberg ( 1937:12 ) and commenting upon Neisser's Some International Aspects of the Business Cycle (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1936). Answered by 688 .
M.219 30 July 1937, E. F. M. Durbin to Harrod; answered by 689 .
M.220 October 1937, D. H. Robertson to Harrod; answered by 702 .
M.221 October 1937, Harrod to D. H. Robertson, postcard; referred to in 702 .
M.222 October 1937, J. Marschak to Harrod; answered by 703 R.
M.226 21 December 1937, Harrod to F. E. Fremantle; answered by 729 R.
M.227 December 1937, Harrod to A. M. Carr-Saunders, concerning the collective letter to The Times of 21 January 1938 (press item 19 ); answered on 22 December (in HP VI-97).
M.229 24 December 1937, Harrod to F. E. Fremantle; replies to 729 R, answered on 29 December (in HP VI-107).
M.231 1 January 1938, Harrod to F. E. Fremantle; replies to a letter of 31 December, answered by 732 R.
M.232 January 1938, Harrod to F. K. Griffith, on the Population Bill; answered by 750 R.
M.233 12 January 1938, Harrod to F. E. Fremantle; replies to 732 R, answered on 13 January (HP VI-102).
M.235 23 January 1938, J. Marschak to Harrod: replies to letter 742 R, answered on 24 January 1938, in JMP 1275, Box 147, folder H.
M.236 April or May 1938, Harrod to N. Kaldor (probably); answered by 765 .
M.237 June 1938, Harrod to L. Liepmann, concerning the Royal Economic Society's financial support to Beveridge's Prices and Wages in England (London: Longmans, 1939). Replies to 777 R, answered on 22 June (in JMK RES/1/2/135).
M.238 22 June 1938, Harrod to L. Liepmann, replies to a letter of 22 June, answered on 23 June (see 237 M).
M.239 8 July 1938, J. Marschak to Harrod; replies to 788 .
M.240 23 July 1938, Harrod to K. Sisam (only an extract survives: 794 R).
M.241 10 August 1938, Harrod to F. H. Knight; answered by 815 R.
M.242 26 August, 1938, C. R. Fay to Harrod. Missing from HP VIII-34; the catalogue, however, reports it to state: "Your presidency was, I think, unusually successful. ... the Section will now become a rallying point for the young economists."
M.243 15 August 1938J. J. Polak to Harrod. Circular letter to the participants in the Cambridge League of Nations meeting to discuss Tinbergen's work (also addressed to R. Frisch, F. Divisia, D. H. Robertson, J. Marschak, E. Lundberg, T. Koopmans, and A. L. Bowley), accompanying two memoranda. One was transmitted by Frisch soon after the Cambridge meeting ("Statistical versus Theoretical Relations in Economic Macrodynamics", 14 pages, T mimeograph, dated 17 July 1938), the other was Tinbergen's reply ("Mr. Tinbergen's reply to Professor Frisch's Note", five pages, T mimeograph). Both memoranda, a copy of the letter to Divisia and instructions to the secretary to distribute these materials to the above mentioned persons are filed in LoN 10B.34983.12653.
M.247 9 September 1938, Harrod to W. M. Wiggins; the drafts of "The Trade Recession. I. Its Causes and Development; II. A National Monetary System as the Remedy", by the Federation of Master Cotton Spinners and the Parliamentary Monetary Committee (1938), on which Harrod is commenting, are also missing (see 313 M). Answered by 835 R.
M.248 19 September 1938, Harrod to W. M. Wiggins. Answered by 849 R.
M.251 4 October 1938, Harrod to A. H. M. Sinclair (telegram). Answered by 850 R.
M.252 October 1938, Harrod to E. H. J. N. Dalton (letter and telegram). Answered by 854 .
M.254 October to December 1938, Harrod to E. H. J. N. Dalton, on scientists and politicians; mentioned in 875 R.
M.256 3 November 1938, Harrod to the King or his private secretary, complaining about the political use of the image of the King in an advertisement for Christmas cards. Answered on 9 November by the private secretary to the King (Sir Alexander Hardinge).
M.260 3 and 4 January, 1939: Harrod sent a letter to the entrepreneurs previously interviewed by the Oxford Economists' Research Group accompanying the supplement of information requested with questionnaire Q.10 and the first issue of Oxford Economic Papers.
M.262 19 January 1939, Harrod to G. Dallas (telegram), describing a Popular Front meeting. Cited in Dallas to Harrod, 19 January 1939, in HP VI-513, where it is pointed out that Harrod's version contradicts A. D. Lindsay's version in the Herald on the previous day (see note 1 to essay 21 ).
M.263 January 1939, M. H. Macmillan to Harrod, suggesting that Harrod published with Macmillan. Answered by 892 R.
M.264 23 January 1939, Harrod to F. W. F. Smith (Lord Birkenhead), on Spain. Answered by 895 R.
M.265 12 February 1939, Harrod to W. Craven-Ellis. Answered by 896 .
M.268 20 March 1939, Harrod to J. Marschak. Harrod wrote that he understood "that the Rockefeller Foundation will favour schemes relating to development and structural change rather than trade cycle studies" (cited in Marschak to J. H. Willits, director of the Rockefeller Foundation's Division of Social Sciences, 28 April 1939, in RF 1.1, Series 401S, Box 75, Folder 991).
M.274 May 1939, Harrod to R. T. D. Acland, "letter suggesting that Halifax [the secretary of state for foreign affairs] was opposed to military alliance with Russia" [Harrod's note written in the margin of Acland's reply, 9 May 1939, in HP VI-521].
M.277 17 May 1939, Harrod to H. Strakosch; replies to 905 R, answered on 18 May (in HP VII/G-2/10).
M.278 26 May, Harrod to A. R. Guinness, communicating he will not attend the Copenhagen meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce: cited in Guinness to Harrod, 31 May 1939 (see note 1 to letter 905 R).
M.279 June 1939, Harrod to D. Stephens, letter accompanying a memorandum on stocking commodities (see 317 M). Stephens circulated it to various people, including Hawtrey. Answered on 9 July (letter 913 ).
M.280 8 June 1939, Harrod to W. Craven-Ellis, sending "The Conscription of Wealth" (Harrod 1939:16 ). Answered on 1 July.
M.282 June or July, Harrod to A. R. Guinness, commenting upon M. Wallenberg's paper on "International Monetary Equilibrium and the Pre-War Gold Standard System", cited in Guinness to Harrod, 21 July 1939 (see note 1 to letter 905 R).
M.286 11 and 12 July, 1939: Harrod sent a letter to a number of entrepreneurs, accompanying a reprint of "Price and Cost in Entrepreneurs' Policy" (Harrod 1939:10 ) and R. L. Hall and C. J. Hitch, "Price Theory and Business Behaviour" (1939).
M.289 22 July 1939, Harrod to J. Shepherd, commenting on a pamphlet on "National Defence. The Problem of Finance" by the Federation of Master Cotton Spinners' Associations. Replies to 911 R, answered on 28 July (see note 2 to letter 911 R).
M.290 5 August 1939, Harrod to J. Shepherd, commenting on the second draft of the pamphlet by the Federation of Master Cotton Spinners' Association mentioned in 290 M. Answered on 10 August (see note 2 to letter 911 R).
M.291 End of August 1939, Harrod to W. Craven-Ellis, commenting upon a proposed letter to be sent to J. A. Simon, the Chancellor of the Exchequer; replies to a letter of 25 August, answered on 1 September. See note 2 to letter 896 .
M.293 November 1922, "Should Cambridge Economists be Read at Oxford", paper read before Keynes's Political Economy Club (referred to in 39 R, 41 R, 45 R, and Harrod's The Life of John Maynard Keynes, 1951, p. 327).
M.294 10 November 1922, "[The Self]", paper read to the Moral Science Club, Cambridge (referred to in 39 R).
M.295 November 1924, speech before the Oxford Political Economy Club (referred to in 82 R).
M.296 April 1926, Harrod, memorandum on international cartels and industrial combinations; accompanying the announcement of a Chatham House meeting scheduled for 29 April 1926 (referred to in 108 R).
M.297 1930-31: Harrod sends, as the senior censor, memoranda to his fellow members of the Governing Body of Christ Church on the Duke of Westminster Studentship affair: cited in The Prof. (1959), p. 149-50.
M.299 1932-33, early drafts of International Economics. At least ten chapters (while only nine went into press). Discussed at length with D. H. Robertson, revised again under J. M. Keynes's criticism. A number of Keynes's and Robertson's annotations were written on the drafts, and are therefore lost as well.
M.300 1933, 14 March: lecture on utility at the London School (cited in 284 R).
M.302 November 1933, supplementary note to Harrod's paper on "Continuity of Values and the Long-Term International Problem" (essay 13 ); cited in the minutes to the fourteenth meeting of the Royal Institute of International Affairs' Group on International Monetary Problems (CH 9/6gg).
M.303 September 1934, Addendum to the Royal Institute of International Affairs's report on The Future of Monetary Policy (1935), written on the suggestion of C. S. Addis (see missing items 124 M and 125 M); cited in correspondence with Robertson (letter 370 ) and Keynes (letters 385 and 386 ).
M.304 1934. draft of "Utilitarianism Revised", read at the 239th meeting of the Oxford University Philosophical Society held at Christ Church on 25 November 1934. Cited for instance in letters 411 and 412 .
M.306 January 1935: D. M. Mason, rejoinder to 305 M. (cited by Granville Leveson-Gower, 29 January 1935, in HPBL Add. 71185/99-100).
M.307 1935 or 1936: "fragmentary notes" on De Quincy's essays in political economy. Cited in 559 R.
M.309 1936, July: D. H. Robertson, note on J. V. Robinson's "Disguised Unemployment" (Economic Journal XLVI, June 1936); cited in 576 .
M.310 January 1937, proof of chapter XI of R. G. Hawtrey's Capital and Employment (1937), attached to 616 .
M.312 April 1938: Harrod drafts a memorandum for A. H. M. Sinclair regarding--among other things--statistics regarding food imports; acknowledged by Sinclair's secretary, A. Campbell-Johnson, on 29 April 1938 (in HPBL Add. 71192/39)
M.313 September and October 1938, drafts of "The Trade Recession. I. Its Causes and Development; II. A National Monetary System as the Remedy", by the Federation of Master Cotton Spinners and the Parliamentary Monetary Committee (1938), upon which Harrod extensively commented. Harrod's comments are also missing (see 247 M and 248 M).
M.317 June 1939: memorandum on using the gold in the Exchange. Equalisation Account to buy essential commodities, sent to D. Stephens (see entry 279 M above), who circulated it to various people at the Treasury--including R. G. Hawtrey--, and to D. H. Robertson).
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