Joseph Hiam Levy

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Joseph Hiam Levy (1838–1913) was an English author and economist. He was educated at the City of London School and joined the Civil Service. He later became a lecturer in economics at Birkbeck College and an important figure in the Personal Rights Association.

Levy also wrote an introduction to the English translation of Yves Guyot's 1893 work, The Tyranny of Socialism.

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  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. A Symposium on Value. Edited by J. H. Levy, and consisting of papers by E. B. Bax, W. Donisthorpe 1895
  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. The Bird that laid the Vaccination Egg. An excursus on scientific authority. 1892
  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. Book-plate and verses. (The Lighthouse. Reprinted from the “Westminster Review.”). 1910
  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. The Economics of Labour Remuneration. A lecture.
  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. The Enfranchisement of Women. A speech, etc. 1892
  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. The Fall of Man. (Verses with notes. Reprinted from the Westminster Review 1899
  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. The Fiscal Question in Great Britain. Introduced by J. H. Levy. 1904
  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. Freedom the Fundamental Condition of Morality. A paper read at the Conference of the British, Con 1896
  • Levy, Joseph Hiam. The God of Israel. A paper read before the International Positivist Congress at Naples, 27 April 1908
  • Wilson, Roland Knyvet, Individualism and the Land Question: a discussion. By Sir R. K. Wilson, Bart., J. H. Levy, 1912

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