Scope and Content of Collection
Title: W. H. (William Harold) Hutt Papers
Collection number: 89017
Hutt, W. H. (William Harold), 1899-
85 manuscript boxes
(33.6 linear feet)
Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Contains speeches and writings, correspondence, pamphlets, serial issues, and other printed matter,
relating to laissez-faire economic theory, and to economic conditions and race relations in South Africa by Hutt,
a South African economist.
Physical location: Hoover Institution Archives
Languages represented in the collection:
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include sound recordings, video recordings, and motion picture film. Hoover staff will determine whether use copies of the
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[Identification of item], W. H. (William Harold) Hutt Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution
Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1990.
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|1899 August 3
||Served, Royal Air Force
||B. Com., London
||Manager, Individualist Bookshop, Ltd.
||Senior lecturer and professor, University of Cape Town, Republic of South Africa
The Theory of Collective Bargaining (2nd edition, 1975)
||Professor and dean, Faculty of Commerce, University of Cape Town
||Served on the Executive Committee of Senate, University of Cape Town
Economics and the Public
||Elected honorary president, National Union of South African Students
The Theory of Idle Resources (2nd edition, 1977)
||Author, Plan for Reconstruction
||Founding member of Mont Pelerin Society
||Elected to a University Fellowship in recognition of outstanding scholarship
Keynesianism--Retrospect and Prospect
The Economics of the Colour Bar
||Professor emeritus (retired)
||Visiting professor, University of Virginia, Author,
Neo-Keynesianism and Academic Freedom
||Visiting professor of economics, University of Virginia, followed by appointments in other universities and colleges throughout
the United States
||Research fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, California
||Distinguished visiting professor of economics, California state colleges
||Distinguished professor, economics, University of Dallas, Texas
The Strike-Threat System
A Rehabilitation of Say's Law
Individual Freedom: A Symposium of Articles, 1934-1975, selected and edited by David Klingaman and Pejivich
||Awarded degree of Doctor of Laws (LLD) honoris causas, University of Cape Town
||Awarded degree of Doctor of Social Science honoris causas, Universidad Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala City. Author,
The Keynesian Episode
||Awarded honorary degree of Doctor of Human Letters, University of Dallas. Named a Roe senior fellow of the Mont Pelerin Society
||Adjunct scholar, Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama
|1988 June 19
Scope and Content of Collection
Acquired in 1990, followed by an increment in 1994, the William Harold Hutt papers consist of speeches and writings, correspondence,
pamphlets, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to laissez-faire economic theory, and to economic conditions
and race relations in South Africa.
The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in
the library's online public access catalog.
South Africa--Economic conditions.
South Africa--Race relations.