Ph.D. (Cambridge, 1975), M.A. (Cambridge, 1974), M.Sc. (LSE, 1969), B.A. (LSE, 1967)
Research fields: History of economic thought, Economic history, International economics, Macroeconomics
- Susan Howson, Lionel Robbins, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York (pp xiii +1161), 2011.
- Susan Howson and Donald Winch, The Economic Advisory Council 1930-1939: A study in economic advice during depression and recovery (paperback edition), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2008.
- Susan Howson, The Collected Papers of James Meade (4 volume set), Routledge, London, 2004.
- Susan Howson, "Money and Monetary Policy since 1945", in The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain, Vol III Structural Change and Growth (edited by R. Floud and P. Johnson), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2004, 136–166.
- Susan Howson, Domestic Monetary Management in Britain, 1919-38, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (pp. ix + 213), 1975.
Honors and awards
- Connaught Senior Research Fellowships in the Social Sciences 2004 and, 2007.
- Ellen McArthur Prize in Economic History, University of Cambridge (awarded for PhD dissertation), 1975.
- T.S. Ashton Prize, Economic History Society (awarded for article 'The Origins of Dear Money, 1919-20'), 1973.