Sally Herbert Frankel

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Sally Herbert Frankel (1903–1996) was Professor firstly of Colonial Economic Affairs, and later the Economics of Underdeveloped Countries at Oxford University in the period following the Second World War.[1]

Originally from South Africa, of German-Jewish descent, he moved to England shortly after the Second World War.[1] He joined the Mont Pelerin Society in 1950.[1] While not religiously observant, Frankel was committed to the principle of Jewish peoplehood and was a keen Zionist from the First World War onwards.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • Frankel S. H. (1926) Co- operation and Competition in the Marketing of Maize in South Africa London: P. S. King & Son Ltd.
  • Frankel S. H. (1928) Railway Policy of South Africa: An Analysis of the Effects of Railway Rates, Finance and Management on the Economic Development of the Union Johannesburg: Hortors Limited
  • Frankel S. H. (1938) Capital Investment in Africa: its course and effects London: Oxford University Press
  • Frankel S. H. (1938) The Economic Impact on Under-developed Societies Oxford: Basil Blackwell
  • Frankel S. H. (1977) Money: two philosophies:the Conflict of Trust and Authority Oxford: Basil Blackwell
  • Frankel S. H. (1980) Money and Liberty Washington DC: American Enterprise Institute.
  • Frankel S. H. (1982) An Economist's Testimony Oxford: Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Frankel, Jonathan (2011). "Obituary: Professor S. Herbert Frankel". The Independent. Retrieved 9 November 2015.