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Sir William Arthur Lewis Papers

Documentary heritage submitted by Saint Lucia and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 2009.

© Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES)
Sir William Arthur Lewis

The Sir William Arthur Lewis Papers is a collection that documents Sir Arthur's career as a scholar and as an economic advisor to many international commissions, and to several African, Asian and Caribbean governments. These papers include biographical data, professional correspondence, country files, organization affiliations (minutes of meetings, reports, etc. ), university positions (papers relating to governing the University of the West Indies as Vice Chancellor and other related activities in his capacity as professor), various writings (articles, lecture notes, etc. ) and audio-visual materials (lecture series and the 1979 Nobel Laureate ceremony).

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