Educated at the Royal Grammar School, Newcastle upon Tyne, Brasenose College, Oxford, and Princeton, Hall (1902-83, knighted 1957) was lecturer in political economy (1927-29), senior lecturer (1929-35) and, eventually, professor of political economy (1935-38) at University College, London. He was secretary of the Fellowship Advisory Committee of the Rochefeller Foundation for Social Sciences in Great Britain and Ireland (1930-36), and director of the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (1938-43).
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