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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1899-1900-310

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306 DEPAkTMEtti FOR LADIES II political Economy PROFESSOR HEWINS Director of the London School of Economics etc etc Friday 11 The object of the lectures and classes during the session 1899-1900 is to make students acquainted with the main features of the structure and organisation of modern industry and commerce and the leading principles of economic science The work will be divided into two sections course of 20 lectures extending over Michaelmas and Lent Terms course of 10 lectures in the Summer Term will deal with the following topics The growth of the modern system of industry and commerce The great industry מ in England and other modern states The organisation of industry The "factory system the domestic system &c The growth of capital and the main forms of capital in modern states Transport Banking and Currency Credit International Trade The leading principles of public finance The regulation of industry by voluntary associa- tions legal enactment The State in Relation to Trade Insurance 10 The principal methods of dealing with pauperism as shown by the policy of different European States will be devoted to the detailed examination of the works of selected English writers Subjects prescribed for Matriculation London 1900 Subjects prescribed for Intermediate London 1900 Subjects prescribed for Intermediate Honours London 1900 Subjects prescribed for Intermediate Sc London 1900 Subjects prescribed for Pinal Pass London 1900 ך Subjects prescribed for Final Pass Sc London 1900 Subjects prescribed for Honours London 1900
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