The Marshall Society is the Economics Society of the University of Cambridge. Established in 1927 in memory of Alfred Marshall, the Society has since upheld the tradition of its distinguished founders in furthering the discussion of economics. Former members of the Marshall Society include John Maynard Keynes, Nicholas Kaldor, Joan Robinson and Manmohan Singh.
Alfred Marshall was first and foremost a brilliant and original theorist. His insights into theory and his sound philosophy combined still have much to commend themselves to us, his pupils at Cambridge.
What we offer
Engage in the most topical issues of our time. Enjoy talks with leading economists, politicians and academics.
Enjoy some of the most breath-taking events at the University, including our stunning black-tie Annual Dinner.
Mentorship & Networking
Connect with top firms through our networking events, while enjoying food and drinks, or have longer conversations with our team of mentors.
The Dismal Scientist
The Dismal Scientist has had a long-running history with featured contributions from prominent economists such as David Card, John Kay, Gregory Mankiw and Alvin Roth in addition to contemporary Cambridge scholars. We hope to continue this tradition with our 2021 edition.
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