Stonier (born 1905) was educated at Westminster and at Christ Church (1923-27) where he read philosophy, politics and economics (PPE). He was appointed a senior scholarship for research in 1929, and in the early 1930s went on to Heidelberg for a PhD (1934). He was a temporary lecturer in political economy at University College, London (1936-38), then professor of economics at the University College of East Africa in Makerere, Uganda.
See list of letters .
Source: Christ Church College archives; announcement of scholarship in The Times, 1 February 1929, p. 14.
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