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Sweezy, Wood Awarded Wells Prizes for Research Papers

Instructor, Graduate Are Rewarded for Original Work in Economics

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David A. Wells prizes of $500 each for outstanding original research in economics by Harvard students and recent graduates have been awarded to Paul M. Sweezy '31, instructor in Economics, and Elmer Wood, Professor of Economics, and Finance at the University of Missouri, it was announced yesterday.

Sweezy's research was on "Limitation of the Vend," and Wood's on "English Theories of Contral Banking Control, 1819-1858." Both papers were revisions of theses presented for the doctorate degree at Harvard last spring.

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