Timmy elsewhere

At the ASI.

In which I am beaten to the point, again, by Hayek.

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  1. I think other factors are important too. Britain’s need to finance the Empire, and the export of capital, would account for the growth of the City, 1880-1914. For the second burst, I’d suggest language and world location play a part, besides clustering with other international services, insurance in particular.

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