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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1899-1900-106

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Labour and Life in London They will deal with the follow- ing and other subjects -I The relation of statistics to Eco- nomics the bearing of Economic history on the investiga- tion of present-day questions the general character of the method adopted in some recent inquiries II The laws of evidence in relation to Economic investigation III How to set about an inquiry The collection and tabulation of information IV The interpretation of statistics The meaning of "average The use of hypothesis Some common fallacies VI The construction of some typical blue-books Boohs recommended -Marshall's Principles of Economics 3rd Ed Book Chapters and VI Sidgwick's Political Economy Chapters II and III Keynes' Scope and Method of Political Economy Jevons Principles of Science Charles Booth's Labour and Life in London Vol Chapters and II Fees -Day class Ā£1 Is per Term Evening class 10s 6d per Term GILBART LECTURES ON BANKING Paget Esq LL Barrister-at Law Standing Counsel to the Institute of Bankers Course of Four Lectures will be given in the ensuing Winter on Monday evenings and repeated on Thursday evenings 1st Lecture Monday Jan 22 and Thursday Jan 25 2nd 29 Feb 3rd Feb 4th 12 15 There will be written examination on the subject of the above Lectures on Tuesday February 27 at and several valuable prizes of books are offered These Lectures are free Cards of Admission can be ob- tained only through the Managers of the Banks An Exam- ination Fee of 5s is charged to those who sit at the Examination
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