- Albert Jeremiah,1862–1927, U.S. senator and historian.
- Sir William Henry,1879–1963, English economist.
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Contemporary Examples of beveridge
The graph is of the Beveridge curve, which represents the relationship between vacancies and unemployment.The Federal Government Should Hire the Long-Term Unemployed
March 8, 2013
Historical Examples of beveridge
"Mr. Beveridge amuses me—distinctly amuses me," she retorted.Blow The Man Down
But Beveridge, though an honest, was not a strongminded man.The History of England from the Accession of James II.
Thomas Babington Macaulay
This account is for the most part taken from Bishops Beveridge and Pearson.Historical Sketches, Volume I (of 3)
John Henry Newman
“I should recommend you not to go, Mr. Beveridge,” Martyn said.
Half an hour later she was able to relate her story to Mr. Beveridge.
- William Henry, 1st Baron Beveridge. 1879–1963, British economist, whose Report on Social Insurance and Allied Services (1942) formed the basis of social-security legislation in Britain