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James Edwin Thorold Rogers (1823–1890)

Rogers, James Edwin Thorold. An English economist; born in Hampshire in 1823; died at Oxford, Oct. 12, 1890. He was professor of political economy at Oxford. His principal work is ‘The History of Agriculture and Prices in England’ (1866–88), of which ‘Six Centuries of Work and Wages’ (1885) is an abridgment. Among his other writings are: ‘Cobden and Modern Political Opinion’ (1873); ‘The First Nine Years of the Bank of England’ (1887); ‘The Economic Interpretation of History’ (1888); and ‘The Industrial and Commercial History of England’ (1892).