HC Deb 22 July 1941 vol 373 cc812-4W
Mr. Brooke

asked the Minister without Portfolio the names and professions, or special qualifications, of the 21 chief local investigators employed in different areas of the country, on the social reconstruc-

Centre. Area. Chief Investigator.
London Greater London G. R. Mitchison, Barrister-at-Law.
Oxford Oxon, Berks and Bucks G. E. Fasnacht, General Secretary, Nuffield College Social Reconstruction Survey.
Leicester Leicester and Northants, Soke of Peterborough, Stamford area. H. A. Silverman, Principal, Vaughan College, Leicester.
Nottingham Notts, Derbyshire, Lincoln A. Radford, Reader in Economics and Commerce and Head of Department, University College, Nottingham.
Birmingham Birmingham, Coventry and Black Country. P. Sargant Florence, Professor of Commerce Birmingham University.
Stoke-on-Trent N. Staffordshire and Crewe Mrs. C. R. Morris, Resident Tutor, Oxford University Tutorial Class Committee.
Manchester Textile and engineering area of Lancashire. T. S. Ashton, Reader in Currency and Finance, Department of Economics and Commerce, Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Manchester University.
Liverpool Merseyside D. Caradog Jones, Reader and Leverhulme Senior Lecturer, Social Science Department, Liverpool University.
Leeds West Riding, except Sheffield area. J. H. Richardson, Montagu Burton Professor, Department of Economics, Leeds University.
Sheffield Sheffield, Rotherham, Scunthorpe, etc. E. Fisher, Secretary, Workers' Educational Association and Head of Extra-Mural Department, South Yorkshire District.
Newcastle Tyne, Wear and Coalfield area H. E. R. Highton, Lecturer in Economics, and Head of Extra-Mural Department, King's College, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Norwich East Anglia H. E. Poole, Tutor and Organising Secretary in Norfolk and Norwich for the Eastern District of the Workers' Educational Association.
Southampton Southampton, Portsmouth, etc. J. H. Matthews, Secretary, Workers' Educational Association (Southern District).
Exeter Devonshire C. Martin, Dartington Hall, Totnes.
Bristol Bristol, Bath, etc. W. Hamilton Whyte, Professor of Economics, Bristol University.
Cardiff South Wales (except West Wales). J. F. Rees, Principal of the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, Cardiff.
Swansea West Wales *P. S. Thomas, Senior Staff Tutor, University Extension Department, University College, Swansea.
Glasgow Clyde Area J. Cunnison, Lecturer in Social Economics at Glasgow University.
Edinburgh Edinburgh, Leith, Stirling, etc. Dr. Mary Rankin, Lecturer, Department of Commercial and Political Economy and Mercantile Law, Edinburgh University
Aberdeen Aberdeenshire Dr. H. Hamilton, Lecturer, Department of Political Economy, Aberdeen University.
Dundee Forfar and parts of Fife and Perthshire. †J. C. Gilbert, University College, Dundee.
* Mr. P. S. Thomas has since died and has not been replace
†Mr. J. C. Gilbert has since resigned and has not been replaced.

tion survey being undertaken by Nuffield College on his behalf?

Mr. Greenwood

I am informed by the Director that the Nuffield College Social Reconstruction Survey has appointed the following chief local investigators: