|Sir Sydney Caine
Sydney Caine, circa before 1964
|Financial Secretary of Hong Kong|
9 March 1938 – 16 November 1939
|Preceded by||Edwin Taylor|
|Succeeded by||Henry R. Butters|
|Director of the London School of Economics|
|Preceded by||Sir Alexander Carr-Saunders|
|Succeeded by||Sir Walter Adams|
|Born||27 June 1902|
|Died||2 January 1991(aged 88)|
|Alma mater||London School of Economics|
Sir Sydney Caine, KCMG (27 June 1902 – 2 January 1991) was an educator and economist.
He was the Financial Secretary of Hong Kong from 1937 to 1940. He was appointed the director of the LSE between 1957 and 1967. He was an alumnus of the LSE, and, before his appointment as director of the school, he was a well-known economist who had acted as a consultant for the World Bank for a period of time and had worked as a diplomat, being appointed minister at the British Embassy in Washington, US. Between 1952 and 1957 he was the vice-chancellor of the University of Malaya in Singapore.
Between 1963 and 1970 he was the chairman of the governing board of the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning.
|Director of the London School of Economics
1957 – 1967
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