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0000 0001 1454 7830
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Hill, Economist ((economist))
Hill, Polly
Hill, Polly ((economist))
Humphreys, Mary Eglantyne Hill
Humphreys, Polly
Dates: 
1914-2005
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Expo 67 (Montréal, Québec)
Fabian Society (Great Britain)
Kanbur, Ravi
Keynes, John Maynard (1883-1946)
Keynes, R. D.
Lopokova, Lydia (1892-1981)
Palma, J. G.
University of Cambridge. African Studies Centre
University of Michigan. Center for Research on Economic Development (Ann Arbor)
Titles: 
An overview of the needs of children and youth in the urban community.
Big houses in Kano Emirate
cambridge anthropology
Children's Creative Centre; methods and objectives
Development economics on trial : the anthropological case for a prosecution
Dry grain farming families Hausaland (Nigeria) and Karnataka (India) compared
Food-farming and migration from Fante villages
Ghana's commercial cattle
Gold Coast cocoa farmer, The : a preliminary survey
Hidden trade in Hausaland
history of the isleham fen in the 1930s, the
Indigenous trade and market places in Ghana, 1962-64
Landlords and brokers : a West African trading system : (With a note on Kumass butchers)
Lydia and Maynard letters between Lydia Lopokova and John Maynard Keynes
migrant cocoa-farmers of Southern Ghana a study in rural capitalism, The
myth of the amorphous peasantry, The : a northern Nigerian case study
northern Ghanaian cattle trade, The
Notes on the history of the northern Katsina tobacco trade
Notes on the occupations of former schoolboys : the case of a Hausa village
Notes on traditional market authority and market periodicity in West Africa
occupations of migrants in Ghana, The
Population, prosperity and poverty : rural Kano 1900 and 1970
proceedings of the cambridge antiquarian society
Rural Hausa a village and a setting
Some characteristics of indigenous West African economic enterprise
Studies in rural capitalism in West Africa
study of individual poverty, The
Talking with Ewe seine fishermen and shallot farmers
Through the dark wood.
Two economists in the field
two sleepwalkers: not an autobiography
unemployment services: a report prepared for the fabian society, the
West African farming household, The
Women cocoa farmers
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