Ursula Hicks

Ursula Hicks (1896–1985) was an Irish-born economist and academic. She was a renowned public finance and development economist. Hicks was also one of the founders of the Review of Economic Studies. Lady Ursula Hicks received a Honorary Fellowship at the ISS in 1967.



Federalism : failure and success : a comparative study / Ursula K. Hicks / - London [etc.] : Macmillan, 1978

Local Public Finance in Japan. Urban affairs paper, no. 3. Washington: National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration, 1977.

Intergovernmental Relations with Special References to the Less Developed Countries. Syracuse, N.Y.: Metropolitan Studies Program, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, 1976.

The large city : a world problem / Ursula K. Hicks / - London : Macmillan, 1974

Financing Metropolitan Government. Toronto: Bureau of Municipal Research, 1967.

Development finance : planning and control / Ursula K. Hicks / - Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1965

Choice, Efficiency, and Control in the Public Services. Cairo, 1964.

Development from below : local government and finance in developing countries of the Commonwealth / by Ursula K. Hicks / . - Oxford : Clarendon Press. 1961

Federalism and economic growth in underdeveloped countries : a symposium / Ursula Katherine Hicks ... [et al.] / - London : George Allen & Unwin, 1961

British public finances : their structure and development, 1880-1952 / Ursula K. Hicks / - London [etc.] : Oxford University Press, 1954. - VIII, 225 p., ( Home university library of modern knowledge, series_number: 227)

Public finance / Ursula K. Hicks / ; Cambridge University Press, 1951 The Taxation of Excess Profits in Wartime. Manchester: Norbury, Lockwood, 1940.

The Finance of British Government, 1920-1936. London: Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1938.


Financing metropolitan government. Toronto, Canada. Bureau of Municipal Research. Centennial Study and Training Programme on Metropolitan Problems, Jan. 1967, No. 3.

"Public Finance in National Income" with John Hicks, 1939, RES.

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