222R. N. Malcolm to Harrod, 5 November 1931 [a]

Malcolm, chairman of Chatham House, sends a copy of The International Gold Problem by the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and thanks Harrod for his share in the work. [1]

  1. 1. Chatham House discussion group, The International Gold Problem, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1931. Harrod took part in the discussion of Robertson's paper "How Do We Want Gold to Behave?", held on 22 January 1930. Part of his contribution is reported on pp. 29-30, the complete transcription is in the "Record of the Second Meeting, 22 January 1930", in CH 9/1.5c.
    1. a. From The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, St. James's Sq., London # , TLS, one page, in HPBL Add. 71190/190.

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