Marshall Society

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According to its own account:

The Marshall Society is one of the oldest and most prestigious societies in Cambridge. It was established in 1927 after the name of Sir Alfred Marshall and has since then maintained the tradition of its distinguished founders in promoting discussion in the 'Dismal Science'. Other members have included John Maynard Keynes, Nicholas Kaldor and Joan Robinson.
Our interest lies in bringing together all young fellow economists in Cambridge and furthering their interest in Economics by inviting speakers, organizing seminars and events, and engaging in rigorous discussion on contemporary issues.
The Marshall Society's journal, The Cambridge Economist, is published annually and contains contributions from Cambridge scholars and economists, in addition to articles by current students of the university. Past issues have included interviews with prominent economists such as David Card, John Kay, and Gregory Mankiw.[1]


Marshall Society Premier Sponsors

Ordinary Corporate Sponsors


The 2006-07 Committee


Honorary Vice President

Vice President Joy Chen

Treasurer Vishal Khiroya

Joint Secretary (Internal) Chirag Dave

Joint Secretary (External) Michael Phillips

Events Manager Meha Adya

Corporate Liaison Charlotte Ho

IT Officer John Wong

TCE Editor Shashank Joshi

IT Assistant Yun Qiu Liu[3]


  1. ^ The Marshall Society: An Introduction Webpage, accessed January 2007.
  2. ^ The Marshall Society: An Introduction Webpage, accessed January 2007.
  3. ^ The Marshall Society: The Committee Webpage, accessed January 2007.