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259 (1951), ‘Colonial Ofﬁce. The Processing of Colonial raw materials. A Study in Location’, London: H.M. Stationery Ofﬁce. (1956), Bulk Buying from the Colonies. A Study of the Bulk Purchase of Colonial Commodities by the United Kingdom Government, issued under the auspicies of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, London. (1963), The West African Shipping Trade 1900–1959, Leyden: Sythoff. Other sources and references University Archiv Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin University Archive, Girton College Cambridge Hochschullehrer der WiWi Public Record Ofﬁce (Colonial Ofﬁce Bestand) Royal Institute of International Affairs Thüringisches Staatsarchiv Meiningen Bundesarchiv. Helene Lieser (1898–1962) Helene Lieser was born in Vienna on 16 December 1898. She died in Paris, probably in 1962. Her father was a manufacturer. She was a pupil of the Schwarzwaldschen Schulanstalten and the Privat-Mädchen-Obergymnasium of the organization for women’s development. Lieser submitted her doctorate to the Political Science Department in April 1920. Her thesis bears the title ‘Währungspolitische Literatur der österreichischen Bankozettelperiode’ (monetary policy writings of the Austrian Bankozettelperiode). The thesis was supervised by Ludwig Edler von Mises and Othmar Spann. Lieser starts out from the assumption that the Bankozettelperiode has a literature comparable with that of England at the beginning of the nineteenth century. The Austrian literature is, however, of inferior quality. In England a money theory developed due to the currency depreciation as a result of the coalition wars. In Austria such an economic theory was lacking, and was only developed in the 1870s. Lieser...
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