List of London School of Economics people


List of London School of Economics people

This is a list of noted alumni or faculty of the London School of Economics.

Heads of State or Heads of Government

* Harmodio Arias (1886-1962) - President of Panama, 1932-1936
* Óscar Arias (b. 1941) - President of Costa Rica, 1986-1990, 2006-present and Nobel Prize winner
* Lord Clement Attlee (1883-1967) - Prime Minister of United Kingdom, 1945-1951
* Errol Walton Barrow (1920-1987) - Prime Minister of Barbados, 1962-1966, 1966-1976, 1986-1987
* Marek Belka (b. 1952) - Prime Minister of Poland, 2004-2005
* Pedro Gerardo Beltran Espanto (1897-1979) - Prime Minister of Peru, 1959-1961
* Maurice Bishop (1944-1983) - Prime Minister of Grenada (1979-1983)
* Heinrich Brüning (1885-1970) - Chancellor of Germany, 1930-1932
* Forbes Burnham - (1923-1985) - President of Guyana
* Kim Campbell (b. 1947) - Prime Minister of Canada, June-November 1993
* Eugenia Charles (1919-2005) - Prime Minister of Dominica, 1980-1995
* John Compton (b. 1926) - Premier of Saint Lucia, 1964-1979, and Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, February-July 1979 & 1982-1996
* Sher Bahadur Deuba (b. 1943) - Prime Minister of Nepal, 1995-1997, 2001-2002, 2004-2005
* Tuanku Jaafar (b. 1922) - Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia, 1994-1999
* John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) - President of the United States 1961-1963
* Jomo Kenyatta (1891-1978) - First President of Kenya, 1964-1978
* Mwai Kibaki (b. 1931) - President of Kenya, 2002-present
* Tanin Kraivixien (b. 1927) - Prime Minister of Thailand, 1976-1977
* Yu Kuo-Hwa (1914-2000) - Premier of Taiwan, 1984-1989
* Hilla Limann (1934-1998) - President of Ghana, 1979-1981
* Alfonso López Pumarejo (1886-1959) - President of Colombia, 1934-1938, 1942-1945
* Michael Manley (1924-1997) - Prime Minister of Jamaica, 1972-1980, 1989-1992
* Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara (1920-2004) - Prime Minister of Fiji 1970-1992, President of Fiji 1994-2000
* Queen Margrethe II (b. 1940) - Queen of Denmark, 1972-present
* Beatriz Merino (b, 1947) - First female Prime Minister of Peru, 2003-2003
* Sri K. R. Narayanan (1921-2005) - President of India, 1997-2002
* Kwame Nkrumah (1909-1972) - First President of Ghana, 1960-1966
* Sylvanus Olympio (1902-1963) - Prime Minister of Togo, 1958-1961, and first President of Togo, 1961-1963
* Percival Patterson (b. 1935) - Prime Minister of Jamaica, 1992-2006
* Romano Prodi (b. 1939) - Prime Minister of Italy, 1996-1998, 2006-present and President of the European Commission, 1999-2004
* Navinchandra Ramgoolam (b. 1947) - Prime Minister of Mauritius, 1995-2000
* Seewoosagur Ramgoolam (1900-1985) - Prime Minister of Mauritius (1961-1982)
* Veerasamy Ringadoo (1920-2000) - First President of Mauritius, March-June 1992
* Moshe Sharett (1894-1965) - Prime Minister of Israel, 1953-1955
* Constantine Simitis (b. 1936) - Prime Minister of Greece, 1996-2004
* Sergey Stanishev (b. 1966) - Prime Minister of Bulgaria, 2005-present
* Edward Szczepanik (1915-2005) - Prime Minister of the Polish government in exile, 1986 - 1990
* Banja Tejan-Sie, (1917-2000) - Governor-General and leader of opposition Sierra Leone People's Party in Sierra Leone
* Anote Tong (b. 1952) - President of Kiribati, 2003-present
* Pierre Trudeau (1919-2000) - Prime Minister of Canada, 1968-1979, 1980-1984
* Lee Kuan Yew (b. 1923) - Prime Minister of Singapore, 1959-1990

Nobel Laureates

;Alumni:
* 1950: Ralph Bunche (Peace)
* 1979: Sir William Arthur Lewis (Economics)
* 1991: Ronald Coase (Economics)
* 1999: Robert Mundell (Economics)
* 2007: Leonid Hurwicz (Economics)

;Founders and Professors:
* 1925: George Bernard Shaw (Literature)
* 1950: Bertrand Russell (Literature)
* 1959: Philip Noel-Baker (Peace)
* 1972: Sir John Hicks (Economics)
* 1974: Friedrich von Hayek (Economics)
* 1977: James Meade (Economics)
* 1987: Óscar Arias (Peace)
* 1990: Merton Miller (Economics)
* 1998: Amartya Sen (Economics)
* 2001: George Akerlof (Economics)
* 2007: Leonid Hurwicz (Economics)

Academics

Economists

* Daron Acemoglu, economist, John Bates Clark Medal Winner 2005
* Sir Roy Allen, economist and mathematician
* Tony Antoniou, Dean of Durham Business School and Professor of Finance
* Peter Thomas Bauer, development economist
* William Baumol, Professor of Economics and Director, C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics, New York University
* Charles Bean, economist, member of Monetary Policy Committee
* Timothy Besley, economics professor and member of Monetary Policy Committee
* Kenneth Binmore, economist
* Alan Budd, British economist, Provost of The Queen's College, Oxford
* Willem Buiter, economist, ex-member of Monetary Policy Committee
* Ronald Coase, economist, Nobel Prize winner
* Richard N. Cooper, Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard University; Previously Chairman, National Intelligence Council and; Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
* Peter Cornelius, former Group Chief Economist of Royal Dutch Shell, Former Chief Economist of the World Economic Forum
* Lord Desai, development economist
* Roderick D. Fraser, economist, President of the University of Alberta, 1995-2005
* Charles Goodhart, economist, ex-member of Monetary Policy Committee
* David Forbes Hendry, British economist, currently Professor of Economics and Head of the Economics Department at the University of Oxford
* J.A. Hobson, economist and writer
* Samuel Hollander, British/Canadian/Israeli economist
* Anothony Hopwood, Former dean of Oxford Said Business School
* Eliot Janeway, American economist, economic advisor to Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson
* Lewis Webster Jones, economist, fifteenth President of Rutgers University
* Nicholas Kaldor, economist
* Paul Krugman, New York Times columnist, Pultizer Prize winning journalist
* Maurice Kugler, development economist
* Ludwig Lachmann, economist
* David Laidler, economist
* Lord Layard, economist
* Julian Le Grand, economist
* Sir William Arthur Lewis, economist, Nobel Prize winner
* Lisa M. Lynch, William L. Clayton Professor of International Economic Affairs and former Academic Dean at the Fletcher School at Tufts University
* James Meade, economist, Nobel Prize winner
* Merton Miller, economist, Nobel Prize winner
* Michio Morishima, Japanese economist
* Robert Mundell, economist, Nobel Prize winner
* Stephen Nickell, economist, ex-member of Monetary Policy Committee
* Andrew Oswald, economist
* Peter C. B. Phillips, Sterling Professor of Economics and Professor of Statistics at Yale University
* William Phillips, economist
* Christopher A. Pissarides, Cypriot-born British economist, member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Cyprus
* Mihir Rakshit, economist
* Lionel Robbins, economist
* Tadeusz Rybczynski, Polish-born English economist, known for the development of the Rybczynski theorem
* Anthony Saunders, Chairman, Department of Finance, Stern School of Business, New York University
* Arthur Seldon, free market ideologue
* Andrew Sentance, member of Monetary Policy Committee
* G.L.S. Shackle, economist
* Alasdair Smith, economist, former Vice-Chancellor at the University of Sussex
* Piero Sraffa, economist
* Nicholas Stern, economist
* Lord Turner, businessman, academic, chair of the Pensions Commission and the UK Low Pay Commission
* John Van Reenen, economist, Director of the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics
* Sir Alan Walters, monetary economist
* Basil Yamey, industrial economist
* Allyn Abbott Young, economist

Historians

* Janet Coleman FRHS, historian of political thought
* Martin van Creveld, Israeli military historian and theorist
* Paul Kennedy, British historian specializing in international relations and grand strategy
* David Levering Lewis, Pulitzer Prize winning author, prominent historian on African Americans
* Desmond Morton, historian
* Lewis Bernstein Namier, historian
* Ben Pimlott, Fabian President, modern historian, former president of Nottingham University
* Arthur Seldon, head of the Institute of Economic Affairs
* Anthony Seldon, historian, biographer of Tony Blair and headmaster of Wellington College
* Avi Shlaim, historian specialising in the Middle East
* Alan Sked, leading Habsburg historian and founder of the United Kingdom Independence Party
* David Starkey, historian specialising in Tudor England
* David Stevenson (WW1 historian), World War One historian
* John Stubbs, historian, former president of Trent University and Simon Fraser University
* Juliette Levy, historian and Assistant Professor of History, University of California, Riverside
* Jacob Talmon, historian
* Arnold Joseph Toynbee, historian
* Odd Arne Westad, leading historian specialising in the Cold War and contemporary East Asian history; currently Convenor of the LSE International History Department and Cold War Studies Centre
* Charles Webster, British historian and diplomat
* R. H. Tawney, an English writer, economist, historian, social critic and university professor and a leading advocate of Christian Socialism. Richard Tawney has been called "the patron saint of adult education". [ Elsey, B. (1987) "R. H. Tawney – Patron saint of adult education", in P. Jarvis (ed.) “Twentieth Century Thinkers in Adult Education”, Beckenham: Croom Helm ]
* Edwin Cannan, historian of economic thought, professor at LSE from 1895 to 1926.
* Alfred Marshall, historian and sociologist
* Tim Leunig, leading economic historian and head of the Economic History Dept.

Economic Historians

* Kent Deng, East Asian economic historian
* Rob Van Oorthuysen-Dunne, historian of British railway development.
* Mary S. Morgan, historian of economics

Human geography

* George Jonas, founder of social geography; Professor of Geography at LSE, 1958-1983
* Halford MacKinder, geographer and LSE director, 1903-1908
* Laurence Dudley Stamp, geographer

International Relations

* Chris Brown, Professor of International Relations
* Hedley Bull, Professor of International Relations
* Barry Buzan, Professor of International Relations
* Christopher Coker, Professor of International Relations, Department Head
* Michael Cox, Professor of International Relations
* Fred Halliday, Professor of International Relations (Montague Burton Chair), to 2008
* Kimberly Hutchings, Professor of International Relations
* Richard W. Lyman, former Provost and President of Stanford University; Founder Stanford Institute for International Studies
* Susan Strange, Professor of International Relations (Montague Burton Chair), 1978 to 1988.
* Leonard Suransky, Winner of Des Lee Visiting Lectureship in Global Awareness at Webster University
* William John Lawrence Wallace, Baron Wallace of Saltaire, Professor of International Relations; deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords
* Sir Charles Webster, Professor of International Relations; founder of the United Nations
* Margot Light, Professor of International Relations
* Martin Wight, Reader in International Relations, 1949-1960

Law

* Janice R. Bellace, Samuel A. Blank Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics, University of Pennsylvania, founding president of the Singapore Management University
* Paul Davies, Cassel Professor of Commercial Law at the London School of Economics, Honorary QC
* Sandy D'Alemberte, former president of the American Bar Association, and former president of the Florida State University
* Albert Venn Dicey, English jurist
* Sir Morris Finer, Barrister, Judge, Chairman of the Finer Report on One Parent Families & the Royal Commission on the Press, Vice Chairman of Governors of LSE
* Christopher Greenwood QC, esteemed international lawyer; advised Tony Blair and the Bush Administration on the legality of the 2003 Iraq war
* Osagie Imasogie, Grant Irey Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania
* Makhdoom Ali Khan, Barrister-at-Law from Lincolns Inn and Attorney General of Pakistan
* Joseph Grundfest, W. A. Franke Professor of Law and Business, Stanford Law School
* Philip Noel-Baker, professor of international law, politician, diplomat, Nobel Peace Prize winner
* Michael Zander QC, Professor Emeritus. A distinguished professor of law at LSE between 1977 and 1998, member of the Runciman Royal Commission on Criminal Justice (1991-1993) and the Legal Correspondent of The Guardian newspaper between 1963 and 1988
* David van Zandt, Dean and Professor, Northwestern University Law School

Philosophers

* Joseph Agassi, philosopher
* Brian Barry, moral and political philosopher
* William Warren Bartley, philosopher
* Nick Bostrom, philosopher
* Nancy Cartwright, philosopher
* Helena Cronin, Darwinist philosopher
* Gregory Currie, philosopher
* Daniel Dennett, philosopher
* Paul Feyerabend, philosopher
* Ernest Gellner, philosopher
* John Gray, political philosopher
* Friedrich von Hayek, political philosopher and economist, Nobel Prize winner
* Colin Howson, philosopher
* Imre Lakatos, philosopher
* David Miller, philosopher
* Alan Musgrave, philosopher
* Michael Oakeshott, philosopher
* Sir Karl Popper, philosopher
* Graham Priest, philosopher
* Bertrand Russell, philosopher, Nobel Prize winner
* Jeremy Shearmur, philosopher
* Elliott Sober, philosopher
* John Worrall, philosopher

Political scientists

* Benjamin Barber, professor of political science, University of Maryland, College Park
* Scott Barrett, professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University
* Sarah Gibson Blanding, Vassar College's sixth president and first female president
* Ralph Bunche, political scientist and diplomat, Nobel Peace Prize winner
* Verity Burgmann, professor of political science, University of Melbourne
* William Christian, political scientist at the University of Guelph
* Ivor Martin Crewe, political scientist, Vice-Chancellor of University of Essex
* Amy Gutmann, political scientist, President of the University of Pennsylvania
* David Held, Graham Wallas Professor of Political Science and co-director of the Centre for the Study of Global Governance
* James Jupp AM, British/Australian political scientist and author
* Harold Laski, political scientist and economist, colleague of Albert Einstein
* Jim Leach, John L. Weinberg Visiting Professor of Public and International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School of Princeton University
* Steven Lukes, political and social theorist
* Shireen M. Mazari, political scientist from Pakistan
* Ralph Miliband, political scientist
* Brendan O'Leary, Irish political scientist, Lauder Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania
* Louis Pauly, political scientist
* Satyabrata Rai Chowdhuri, political scientist, diplomat and author
* Jill Vickers, political scientist

Sociologists

* Eileen Barker, sociology of religion
* Zygmunt Bauman, Polish-born sociologist
* Ulrich Beck, sociologist
* Robin Blackburn, sociologist
* Tessa Blackstone, educationalist
* Stanley Cohen, sociologist
* Peter Davis, sociologist
* Norbert Elias, leading sociologist
* Lord Anthony Giddens, former Director of the School, who is the most cited contemporary sociologist in the world and is widely regarded as the field's foremost scholar
* Paul Gilroy, sociologist
* W.D. Hamilton, grandfather of sociobiology and the 'selfish gene' theory popularised by Dawkins
* Richard "Dick" Hobbs, sociologist
* Michael Mann, sociologist
* Karl Mannheim, sociologist
* Andrew Milner, sociologist of literature
* Talcott Parsons, sociologist
* John Porter, sociologist
* Saskia Sassen, sociologist and economist
* Richard Sennett, sociologist
* Richard Titmuss, social administrator
* Fran Tonkiss, sociologist
* Hilary Wainwright, sociologist

Social anthropology

* Maurice Bloch, marxist and cognitive anthropologist
* Jean Comaroff, anthropologist
* John Comaroff, anthropologist
* Maria Czaplicka, Polish cultural anthropologist
* E.E. Evans-Pritchard, anthropologist
* Sir Raymond Firth, ethnologist, founder of economic anthropology
* Rosemary Firth, ethnologist
* Meyer Fortes, anthropologist
* Maurice Freedman, anthropologist
* Alfred Gell, social anthropologist
* Phyllis Kaberry, anthropologist
* David Lan, social anthropologist and film maker
* Edmund Leach, anthropologist
* Alan Macfarlane, social anthropologist and historian
* Lucy Mair, anthropologist
* Bronisław Malinowski, anthropologist and often considered to be the founder of the modern British school of social anthropology and pioneer of functionalism
* Z.K. Mathews, prominent Apartheid-era South African academic
* Ashley Montagu, anthropologist
* Hortense Powdermaker, anthropologist and ethnographer
* Alfred Radcliffe-Brown, anthropologist
* Audrey Richards, social anthropologist, nutritional anthropologist
* Charles Gabriel Seligman, ethnographer
* Michael Taussig, prominent 'postmodern' anthropologist
* Lionel Tiger, Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University
* Edward Westermarck, anthropologist
* Fei Xiaotong, social anthropologist

Social psychology

* Nicholas Humphrey, psychologist
* J. Philippe Rushton, psychologist
* Satoshi Kanazawa (evolutionary psychologist)
* Graham Wallas, social psychologist, educationalist, and a leader of the Fabian Society
* Paul Webley, Director and Principal of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
* Howard Gardner, an American psychologist, best known for his theory of multiple intelligences

Statisticians

* Sir Arthur Bowley, statistician
* D. G. Champernowne, Professor of Statistical Economics
* W. Edwards Deming, statistician, economist
* James Durbin, statistician, econometrician
* Sir Maurice George Kendall, statistician
* Leslie Kish, American statistician
* Claus Moser, Baron Moser, British statistician, Chancellor, Open University of Israel, 1994–2004
* Maurice Henry Quenouille, statistician
* John Denis Sargan, statistician

Government and politics

United Kingdom

* Leo Abse, British MP, famous for legalisation of male homosexuality
* Lord Waheed Alli, media mogul, openly gay Muslim businessman
* Charlotte Atkins, Minister
* Richard Bacon, British MP
* Jackie Ballard, British MP, journalist, Director General of the RSPCA
* Tony Banks, Baron Stratford, former MP and British Peer
* Baroness Virginia Bottomley, former Cabinet Minister
* John Bourn, Officer, British House of Commons
* Annette Brooke, British MP
* Karen Buck, British MP
* Munir Butt, High Commissioner to Pakistan
* Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty
* Francis Cockfield, Baron Cockfield, Cabinet Minster, Vice-President of the European Commission
* Yvette Cooper, Cabinet Minister
* Jim Cousins, British MP
* Edwina Currie, former British Conservative MP, author, radio presenter
* Hugh Dalton, Chancellor of the Exchequer
* Andrew Dismore, British MP
* Frank Dobson, Cabinet Minister
* Michael Ellam, Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Director of Communications
* Daniel Finkelstein, Conservative Party strategist and Comment Editor of "The Times"
* Barbara Follett, British MP
* Lisa Harker, government child poverty tsar
* Mark Hoban, British MP
* Margaret Hodge, Minister
* Derry Irvine, Baron Irvine of Lairg, Cabinet Minister
* Brian Jenkins, British MP
* Dr. Syed Kamall, British MP
* Ruth Kelly, Cabinet Minister
* Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England
* Julian Le Grand, senior advisor to the Prime Minister
* Spencer Livermore, Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Director of Political Strategy
* Rachel Lomax, British economist and government official
* Michael Meacher, Minister
* Baron Merlyn-Rees, former Home Secretary
* Ed Miliband, Cabinet Minister
* Andrew Miller, British MP
* Maria Miller, British MP
* Peter Mond, 4th Baron Melchett
* Baron Moore of Lower Marsh, Cabinet Minister
* Marion Phillips, British MP
* Stephen Pound, British MP
* Baron Reginald Prentice
* Baroness Joyce Quin
* Baroness Rawlings, British MEP, former Chairman of the Council of King's College London
* Tom Scholar, Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Gordon Brown
* Andrew Selous, British MP
* Barry Sheerman, British MP
* Josiah Stamp, former Governor of the Bank of England
* John Stonehouse, Minister
* Jo Swinson, British MP
* Ian Taylor, British MP
* Glenys Thornton, Baroness Thornton, Junior Minister
* Rudi Vis, British MP
* Malcolm Wicks, Minister
* Jennifer Willott, British MP
* David Winnick, British MP
* Anthony Wright, British MP
* Baron Michael Young, academic and author of the 1945 Labour manifesto

United States

* Elliott Abrams, Assistant Secretary of State in Reagan Administration; Senior Director of the National Security Council in Bush Administration
* Eric Alterman, Professor at Brooklyn College; political columnist for The Nation; Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress and the World Policy Institute
* Donald Baer, White House Director of Communications and Strategic Planning in Clinton Administration
* Valerie Lynn Baldwin, Assistant Secretary of Defence, Bush Administration
* Thomas O. Barnett, Assistant Attorney General, United States Department of Justice
* Lisa Belzberg, Founder and Director, PENCIL
* Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve
* Walter Berns, Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
* Karan Bhatia, Deputy United States Trade Representative; Assistant Secretary of Transportation, Bush Administration
* Anne Bingaman, Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice; Former associate professor of law at University of New Mexico
* Alan Blinder, Chief Economist of the Council of Economic Advisors under Bill Clinton; economic advisor to John Kerry; vice-chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors; Professor of Economics, Princeton University
* John A. Bohn, President and Chairman at the Export-Import Bank of the United States
* Clifford Bond, US Ambassador to Bosnia Herzegovina, Bush Administration
* Rebecca Birget Certa, Democratic Member of US House of Representatives
* Michael Chertoff, United States Secretary for Homeland Security, Bush Administration; US Attorney, Bush Sr. and Clinton Administrations
* Colm Connolly, United States Attorney, Bush Administration
* Lauchlin Currie, White House Economic Adviser to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
* Rosa DeLauro, high-ranking Democratic Member of the US House of Representatives
* Edwin Feulner, President of the Heritage Foundation Think Tank
* George T. Frampton Jr., Assistant Secretary of the Interior, Clinton Administration; Chairman of the Council of Environmental Quality, Clinton Administration
* William Gale, Council of Economic Advisers, Bush Administration
* Eric Garcetti, President, Los Angeles City Council
* Marc Grossman, US Under-Secretary of State, Bush Administration; US Ambassador to Turkey, Clinton Administration; Special Advisor to the President on Near East Affairs, Carter Administration
* Orval H. Hansen, Republican Member of the US House of Representatives
* Stuart Holliday, US Representative to the United Nations; Assistant Secretary of State
* Frank S. Holleman, Deputy Secretary of Education, Clinton Administration
* Genta H. Holmes, US Ambassador to Australia, Clinton Administration; US Ambassador to Namibia; Chief of Mission to Haiti and Malawi
* Alice Stone Ilchman, Assistant Secretary of Education and Cultural Affairs under US President Jimmy Carter
* Dr Bruce Jentleson, International Affairs Fellow, Council of Foreign Relations; Senior Foreign Policy Advisor to Vice President Al Gore
* Anthony Kennedy, United States Supreme Court, Associate Justice
* John F. Kennedy, President of the United States 1961-1963
* Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., first son of Joseph Kennedy and elder brother of John F. Kennedy
* Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., environmental activist, son of slain Senator Robert Kennedy
* Vanessa Kerry, Democratic activist and daughter of Senator John Kerry (D-MA)
* Ron Kind, Democratic Member of US House of Representatives
* Mark Kirk, Republican Member of the US House of Representatives
* Deborah Lehr, lead negotiator for China's WTO Accession; former partner at Mayer Brown
* Susan Lindauer, ex-Congressional aide accused of assisting Iraqi intelligence prior to the 2003 invasion
* Clay Lowery, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Bush Administration
* Edward Luttwak, Consultant to the US National Security Council, State Department and Defence Department; Economist; Historian; Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
* John W. McCarter, President and CEO of The Field Museum; White House Fellow during Lyndon B. Johnson Administration
* James McGreevey, former Governor of New Jersey
* Elisabeth Millard, Senior Director of the National Security Council, Bush Administration; Deputy Chief of US Mission to Nepal
* Brad Miller, Member of the US House of Representatives
* Chris Moore, Assistant Secretary of State, Bush Administration
* Richard H. Moore, North Carolina State Treasurer
* Daniel Patrick Moynihan, US Senator
* Ethan Nadelmann, founder and executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance
* Peter R. Orszag, Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, Senior Economist, Council of Economics Advisors, Clinton Administration; Fellow of the Brookings Institution; Professor, Georgetown University
* Max Pappas, Director of Policy at FreedomWorks
* Alice Paul, American suffragist
* Richard Perle, Assistant Secretary of Defense, Reagan Administration; Chairman of Defense Department Advsory Committee, Bush Administration; fellow, American Enterprise Institute
* F. Whitten Peters, Secretary of the Air Force, Washington, D.C.
* Victoria Radd, White House Deputy Director of Communications, Clinton Administration; senior policy advisor to Bentsen, Dukakis and Mondale campaigns
* David Rockefeller, former Chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank; Chairman/Honorary Chairman, the Council on Foreign Relations; Chairman/Honorary Chairman, the Trilateral Commission
* James Rubin, Assistant Secretary of State, Clinton Administration; lead foreign policy adviser to John Kerry campaign
* Robert Rubin, US Treasury Secretary and Director, National Economic Council, Clinton Administration; Director of Goldman Sachs
* August Schumacher Jr., Under-Secretary of Agriculture, Clinton Administration
* Dr Robert Shapiro, Under-Secretary of Commerce, Clinton Administration; Fellow of Harvard University; Fellow of National Bureau of Economic Research
* John Tower, US Senator
* Paul Volcker, Chairman of Federal Reserve, Carter and Reagan Administrations; US Treasury Under-Secretary, Nixon Administration; President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
* David Welch, Assistant Secretary of State, Clinton Administration; US Ambassador to Egypt, Bush Administration
* Maureen White, US Democratic Party National Finance Chair; US Representative to UNICEF; Human Rights Watch, board-member
* Kimba Wood, United States Federal Judge; Attorney General Nominee
* Janet Yellen, Council of Economic Advisers, Clinton Administration; Vice-President, American Economic Association; President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
* Dr Dov Zakheim, Under-Secretary of Defense, Bush and Reagan administrations

Canada

* Jon Allen, Canadian Ambassador to Israel, 2006-present
* Ed Broadbent, Canadian socialist opposition leader
* Hal Jackman, former Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario
* Michael Ignatieff, current deputy leader of the Liberal Party
* Joy MacPhail, former finance minister and deputy premier of British Columbia
* Marc Mayrand, Chief Electoral Officer of Elections Canada
* David McGuinty, Member of Parliament for the Liberal Party
* Jacques Parizeau (b. 1930) - Premier of Quebec, 1994-1995
* Louis Rasminsky, Governor of the Bank of Canada from 1961 to 1973
* Svend Robinson, former Canadian MP; first openly gay Canadian politician in major party
* Gregory Selinger, Canadian politician
* Mitchell Sharp, Canadian Minister of Finance
* Walter Tarnopolsky, Canadian judge and member of United Nations Human Rights Committee
* Gordon Thiessen, Governor of the Bank of Canada, 1994 to 2001
* Michael Wilson, Canadian Ambassador to the US, 2006-present
* Paul Zed, Member of Parliament for Saint John, New Brunswick

Latin America

* Fidel Herrera Beltrán, Governor of Veracruz, Mexico
* Mario Adolfo Cuevas, Director, National Center for Economic Research (CIEN), Guatemala
* Winston Dookeran, Trinidad and Tobago politician and economist
* Eduardo Lizano, President of the Central Bank of Costa Rica from 1984 to 1990
* Martin Lousteau, Minister of economy and production, Argentina
* Shridath Ramphal, former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth
* Juan Manuel Santos, Colombian politician, currently serving as Minister of National Defense

Europe

* Georgios Alogoskoufis, Minister for Economy and Finance, Greece
* Prince Amedeo of Belgium
* Frits Bolkestein, Dutch politician and former EU Commissioner
* Nikos Garganas, Governor of the Bank of Greece
* Ian Goldin, Vice President of External Affairs, World Bank
* Martin Grunditz, Swedish Ambassador to Greece
* Prince Haakon Magnus, Crown Prince of Norway
* Jan Kavan, former President of the United Nations General Assembly, member of the Czech Parliament, former Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of the Czech Republic
* Ivan Mikloš, Minister of Finance of Slovakia
* Franz Neumann, first Chief of Research of the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal
* Érik Orsenna (real name: "Erik Arnoult"), former economist and advisor to François Mitterrand, member of the Conseil d'État and of the Académie française, 1988 Prix Goncourt
* George Andreas Papandreou, Foreign Minister of Greece from 1999 to 2004
* Jacek Rostowski, Minister of Finance, Poland
* Michalis Sarris, Cypriot Minister for Finance
* Jonas Gahr Støre, Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs
* Alexander Stubb, Finish Minister of Foreign Affairs
* Zdeněk Tůma, Governor of Czech National Bank
* Leo Van Houtven, former secretary of the IMF
* Michiel van Hulten, Dutch politician, former MEP
* August Zaleski, twice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland

Africa

* Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi, political activist and elder son of Libyan President Muammar al-Gaddafi
* Augustus Akinloye, Nigerian lawyer and politician.Chairman of defunct National Party of Nigeria
* Kader Asmal, South African politician and member of the African National Congress' Executive Committee
* Ibrahim Gambari, Under Secretary General for Political Affairs at the United Nations
* Jeanne Hoban, Anglo-Sri Lankan journalist, Trotskyist political activist and trade-unionist
* Aguinaldo Jaime, Deputy Prime Minister of Angola
* Pallo Jordan, Minister of Arts and Culture of the Republic of South Africa
* Michael Wamalwa Kijana, former Vice-President of Kenya
* Mac Maharaj, South African ANC politician, former Minister of Transport
* Mawere Mugabe, son of Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe
* Bayo Ojo, past head of the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Justice
* Alex Quaison-Sackey, former foreign minister of Ghana
* Winston Tubman, Liberian diplomat and politician
* Shamsudeen Usman Nigerian economist, technocrat and banker. Current Nigeria's minister of finance.
* Samuel G Ikoku notable Nigerian economist and politician; senior adviser of Dr Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana
* Samuel Aluko famous Nigeria professor of Economics

Asia

* B. R. Ambedkar, Buddhist revivalist, Indian jurist, scholar and Bahujan political leader who was the chief architect of the Indian Constitution
* Piyasvasti Amranand, Thailand's Energy Minister
* Taro Aso, Minister for Foreign Affairs in the Government of Japan
* Choowong Chayabutra, former Thailand's Secretary of Ministry of Interior, Senator and a member of parliament
* Tam Yiu Chung, current councillor from 1998 in the Legislative Council of Hong Kong and a member of the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong (DAB)
* Audrey Eu, member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong and currently the party leader of the Civic Party
* Abul Fateh, Bangladesh diplomat
* Vivienne Goonewardena, Sri Lankan Trotskyist freedom agitator, parliamentarian, trade unionist and women's activist
* Wang Guangya, permanent representative of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations
* Tsai Ing-wen, former Vice Premier of the Republic of China (Taiwan)
* Amarananda Somasiri Jayawardene, Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka
* Yang Jiechi, current Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China
* Emily Lau, Hong Kong politician
* Dr. Maliha Lodhi, Pakistan's High Commissioner to United Kingdom and former Ambassador to USA
* Kashmala Tariq, Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan
* Makhdoom Ali Khan, Ex-Attorney General of Pakistan and chief lawyer of President Pervez Musharraf
* Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiyar, Former Dy. Foreign Minister of Pakistan
* Krishna Menon, former Indian Permanent Representative to the UN, Minister of Defence, and leading proponent of India's emancipation
* Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Singapore's Minister of Education, and the Deputy Chairman of the Monetary Authority of Singapore
* Goh Keng Swee, former Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore
* Juwono Sudarsono, Indonesian Minister of Defence
* Puey Ungpakorn, Governor of the (Central) Bank of Thailand
* Lee Kuan Yew, former Prime Minister of Singapore
* Nani Lal Barua, Banker, Central Bank of India, Calcutta, India

Australia

* Ameer Ali, President of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils
* William Macmahon Ball, Australian diplomat
* Peter Coleman, Journalist and conservative politician
* Nugget Coombs, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia
* Robert Hill, Defence Minister
* Gordon Reid, Governor of Western Australia and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Western Australia

Middle East

* Princess Badiya bint Al Hassan, member of royal family of Jordan
* Shlomo Argov, prominent Israeli diplomat, former Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom
* Yishai Be'er, General in the Israel Defense Forces and currently the President of the Israeli Military Court of Appeals
* Kemal Derviş, UNDP Administrator (Head) and former Minister of Finance of Turkey
* Rafi Eitan, leader of the Gil Party in Israeli Politics, law maker, former security
* Stanley Fischer, Governor of the Bank of Israel; World Bank Chief Economist
* Emre Gönensay, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey in 1996
* Amnon Rubinstein, Israeli law scholar, politician, and columnist, Education Minister of Israel, 1993-1996

International organisations and ambassadors

* James Allan, British High Commissioner in Mauritius and ambassador to Mozambique
* Kader Asmal, South African politician and member of the African National Congress' Executive Committee
* Rosemary Banks, New Zealand's Ambassador to the United Nations
* Francis Cockfield, Baron Cockfield, Cabinet Minster under Thatcher; Vice-President of the European Commission
* Kemal Derviş, UNDP Administrator (Head) and former Minister of Finance of Turkey
* Ibrahim Gambari, Under Secretary General for Political Affairs at the United Nations
* Ian Goldin, Vice President of External Affairs, World Bank
* Jeffrey Goldstein, Managing Director, World Bank
* Wang Guangya, permanent representative of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations
* Robert Murray Hill, Australian Ambassador to the United Nations
* John Huges, British Ambassador to Argentina
* Robert E. Hunter, former U.S. Ambassador to NATO
* Rajmah Hussain, Ambassador of the Malaysia to the United States
* Clete Donald Johnson, Jr., former Member of Congress and US Ambassador, LL.M 1978
* Ahmad Kamal, Pakistani Ambassador to the UN
* Jan Kavan, former President of the United Nations General Assembly, member of the Czech Parliament, former Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of the Czech Republic
* Mohsin Khan, Director of the Middle East and Central Asia Department of the International Monetary Fund
* Dr Maliha Lodhi, prominent Pakistani politician; Pakistani Ambassador to the US
* John J. Maresca, former US Ambassador to the OSCE in the George H.W. Bush Administration
* Krishna Menon, former Indian Permanent Representative to the UN, Minister of Defense, and leading proponent of India's emancipation
* Marty Natalegawa, Indonesian Ambassador to the United Kingdom
* Marty M. Natalegawa, Indonesian Ambassador to the UK and Ireland, and Representative of ASEAN Ambassadors to the UK
* Franz Neumann, First Chief of Research of the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal
* Shridath Ramphal, former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth
* Shaha Riza, World Bank
* Pierre Sane, UNESCO's Assistant Director-General for Social and Human Sciences
* Michelle Sison, US Ambassador to the UAE in the Bush Administration
* Walter Tarnopolsky, Canadian judge and member of United Nations Human Rights Committee
* Leo Van Houtven, former secretary of the IMF
* Michael Wilson, Canadian Ambassador to the US, 2006-present
* Wenzhong Zhou, Chinese Ambassador to the US

Arts and media

Film and music

* Greg Barker, documentary filmmaker, director of [http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/ghosts/ Ghosts of Rwanda]
* Sir Mick Jagger, rock star, left LSE for music
* Peter Lawlor, producer/songwriter of UK number 1 "Inside" for Stiltskin, and prolific composer, eg BBC1 main theme, English Premier League Theme
* Arif Mardin, music producer
* Jaime Murray, actress
* Jules O'Riordan (aka Judge Jules), Radio 1 DJ
* Mat Osman, bass player for Suede
* Edward R. Pressman, film producer
* Sophie Solomon, British violinist, songwriter and composer
* Robin Spry, filmmaker
* Frank Turner, musician, in the band Million Dead, now a solo artist
* Oliver Weindling, jazz promoter and founder of the Babel jazz record label
* Frederick M. Zollo, Academy Award nominated producer
* Poj Masta,(aka George Proudfoot) dj and bootlegger.

Television and radio

* Martin Durkin TV director
* Loyd Grossman, TV Chef/Presenter
* Robert Kilroy-Silk, TV Presenter, politician and Eurosceptic MEP
* Kirsty Lang, broadcaster and journalist
* Martin Lewis, TV presenter and Money Saving Expert, born 1972
* James O'Brien, radio journalist
* Mark Urban, Newsnight Diplomatic Editor

Authors and journalists

* Edith Abbott, author and social worker, Carnegie Postgraduate Fellowship 1906
* Eric Alterman, Professor of English at Brooklyn College; political columnist for The Nation; Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress and the World Policy Institute
* Anne Applebaum, journalist and author
* Pat Barker, author, historian
* Peter Bart, journalist and film producer
* Melissa Benn, journalist and feminist
* Owen Bennett-Jones, BBC World Service journalist
* John Bersia, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist
* Simon Garfield, Observer journalist and author of "Mauve" and "Our Hidden Lives"
* Josh Chetwynd, baseball presenter, player and writer
* Andrew Coyne, national editor for Maclean's
* Edwina Currie, politician, author, radio presenter
* Robert Elms, radio presenter, music journalist
* Ekow Eshun, BBC Newsnight broadcaster, and TV host
* Daniel Finkelstein, Comment Editor of The Times
* Edward Greenspon, editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail newspaper
* Judith Hare, Countess of Listowel, journalist and author
* John Honderich, former Publisher of the "Toronto Star"
* Robert Kaiser, American author and journalist
* Oliver Kamm journalist
* Parag Khanna, author
* To Kit (real name: "Chip Tsao"), Hong Kong-based columnist-broadcaster
* Naomi Klein, author of No Logo and The Shock Doctrine
* Nick Kotz, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist
* Paul Krugman, "New York Times" columnist, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist
* Robert Kuttner, journalist and economics author
* Kirsty Lang, broadcaster and journalist
* Philippe Legrain, British journalist and writer
* Bernard Levin, journalist, author and broadcaster
* David Levering Lewis, Pulitzer Prize winning author, prominent historian on African Americans
* Martin Lewis, bestselling author of the Money Diet
* Michael Lewis, #1 "New York Times" best selling author of "Moneyball", "Next", "The New New Thing", "Liar's Poker", "Trail Fever", and "The Money Culture"; contributing writer to the "New York Times Magazine" and Bloomberg
* Rod Liddle, journalist, TV presenter, former editor of BBC Radio 4's Today programme
* Edward Lucas, journalist
* Tinius Nagell-Erichsen, Norwegian publisher of Aftenposten and Verdens Gang
* China Miéville, writer, PhD International Relations 2001
* Keith Murdoch, journalist and the father of Rupert Murdoch
* Érik Orsenna (real name: "Erik Arnoult"), former economist and advisor to François Mitterrand, member of the Conseil d'État and of the Académie française, 1988 Prix Goncourt
* Zarin Patel, BBC's Chief Financial Officer
* Nisha Pillai, BBC World presenter [http://news.bbc.co.uk/newswatch/ukfs/hi/newsid_3620000/newsid_3624700/3624735.stm]
* Aroon Purie, Indian media mogul; founding editor and editor in chief of India Today and chairman of TV Today Network Limited
* Edward Taylor Scott, journalist, former editor and co-owner of The Guardian
* Barbara Serra, journalist and TV News Reader
* Bret Stephens, Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Member and Editor in Chief of the Jerusalem Post
* Michael Whitney Straight, publisher and novelist
* Mark Urban, BBC Newsnight Diplomatic Editor
* Sander Vanocur, journalist, NBC
* Siddharth Varadarajan, journalist and editor
* Sangeeth Varghese, columnist and author
* Stuart Varney, Peabody-award winning economic journalist, Fox; Previously CNN
* David Vise, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist at The Washington Post, author of "The Google Story"
* Justin Webb, BBC News, Washington Correspondent
* Xu Zhimo, early 20th century Chinese poet

Business and finance

* Lord Waheed Alli, House of Lords, media mogul, only openly gay Muslim businessman
* Delphine Arnault, billionaire French businesswoman
* Geoffrey Bell, banker, and Group of Thirty founder
* Sir Gordon Brunton, Chief Executive Thomson Corporation, Former Chairman Sotheby's
* Richard Caruso, Founder and Chairman of Integra LifeSciences Corporation and 2006 Ernst & Young US Entrepreneur of the Year
* Tony Fernandes, entrepreneur
* Clara Furse Chief Executive of the London Stock Exchange
* Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, entrepreneur, founder of EasyGroup
* David Heleniak, Vice-Chairman, Morgan Stanley
* Samuel Isaly, Manager Eaton Vance Worldwide Health Sciences fund
* Michael S. Jeffries, CEO Abercrombie & Fitch Co.
* Richard Kahan, Chairman, Riverside South Planning Corporation, Donald Trump's building
* Robert Kaplan, former Vice-Chairman of Goldman Sachs and Chairman of Goldman Sachs International
* Michael Kopper, former Enron executive [http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/pressAndInformationOffice/staffStudentsAndAlumni/dailyHeadlines/21-08-02.htm]
* Spiro Latsis, billionaire
* Charles Lee, Former chairman of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
* David Morgan, CEO of Westpac
* Robert Murley, Vice Chairman of Credit Suisse First Boston and Chairman of Investment Banking for the Americas
* Arif Naqvi, CEO of Abraaj Capital, the leading private equity firm in the Middle East
* Christopher Nassetta, President and CEO of Hilton Hotels Corp.
* Erling Dekke Næss, Norwegian shipowner and businessman
* Richard Nesbitt, CEO, TSX Group; Toronto Stock Exchange
* Jorma Ollila, former CEO of Nokia Corporation, Non-executive chairman of Royal Dutch Shell
* Zarin Patel, BBC's Chief Financial Officer
* Sheila Penrose, Chairman, Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated; President of Penrose Group; Director of McDonalds
* Gary Perlin, CFO Capital One Financial Corporation; Former CFO World Bank
* Avinash Persaud, Global Head of Currency & Commodity Research at J.P. Morgan
* Philip J. Purcell, former CEO Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
* Syed Ali Raza, President and Chairman of the National Bank of Pakistan
* Stephen Robert, co-chairman of CIBC Oppenheimer Holdings Corp, Chancellor of Brown University
* David Rockefeller, American billionaire and business tycoon
* Barr Rosenberg, Chairman and director of research, AXA Rosenberg Investment Management LLC
* Wieslaw Rozlucki, CEO Warsaw Stock Exchange 1991-2006, Poland
* Maurice Saatchi, founder of Saatchi and Saatchi)
* George Soros, Notable Financier; Billionaire
* Bryan Sanderson CBE, Chairman of Standard Chartered Bank plc
* Allen Sheppard, Baron Sheppard of Didgemere, industrialist, Chancellor of Middlesex University
* Panagis Vourloumis, Managing Director and President of the OTE's Board, the national telecommunications provider of Greece
* Arnold Weinstock, English businessman, best known for building GEC
* Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat

Lawyers and judges

* Cherie Booth QC, judge, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair
* Linda Dobbs, first non-white person to be appointed a judge of the High Court of Justice of England and Wales
* Curtis Doebbler, lawyer, represented Saddam Hussein
* Baron Grabiner, judge
* Christopher Greenwood QC, esteemed international lawyer; advised Tony Blair and the Bush Administration on the legality of the 2003 Iraq war
* Rosalyn Higgins QC, judge and President of the International Court of Justice
* Graham Hill, judge of the Federal Court of Australia from 1989 to 2005
* Makhdoom Ali Khan, former Attorney General of Pakistan
* Manfred Lachs, judge on the International Court of Justice
* Justice Mustafa Kamal, former Chief Justice of Bangladesh
* Thomas A. Mesereau, Jr., lawyer, represented Michael Jackson
* Gareth Peirce, solicitor
* Robert Ribeiro, Hong Kong judge
* Christopher Wolf, American attorney, a pioneer in Internet law

Others

* Dame Elisabeth Hoodless, humanitarian
* Monica Lewinsky, former White House intern involved in a sex scandal with former President Bill Clinton
* Valerie Plame, CIA officer who was controversially identified in a newspaper column by Robert Novak in July 2003
* Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, Carlos the Jackal, Marxist terrorist
* Omar Sheikh, Islamist terrorist
* Geoffrey Sampson, linguist
* Zecharia Sitchin, ancient astronaut theorist
* Val Venis, wrestler

Fictional

* President Josiah Bartlet, fictional President of the United States on NBC's popular TV show "The West Wing"
* Prime Minister Jim Hacker of "Yes Minister" and "Yes, Prime Minister"
* Andrew Bond, fictional father of James Bond, 007

Founders of LSE

* Sidney Webb and Beatrice Webb
* George Bernard Shaw
* Graham Wallas
* Henry Hutchinson
* H. G. Wells
* Annie Besant
* Hubert Bland
* Edith Nesbit
* Sydney Olivier
* Oliver Lodge
* Leonard Woolf
* Emmeline Pankhurst(Some are depicted in the Fabian Window)

* Edward R. Pease
* Ramsay MacDonald
* Bertrand Russell
* Edward Carpenter
* John Davidson
* Havelock Ellis
* R. H. Tawney
* G. D. H. Cole

The School's Directors

* Sir Howard Davies 2003-Present
* Professor Lord Anthony Giddens 1997-2003
* Sir John Ashworth 1990-96
* I. G. Patel 1984-90
* Professor Lord Ralf Dahrendorf 1974-84
* Sir Walter Adams 1967-74
* Sir Sydney Caine 1957-1967
* Sir Alexander Carr-Saunders 1937-57
* Sir William (later Lord) Beveridge 1919-37
* William Pember Reeves 1908-19
* Sir Halford Mackinder 1903-08
* William Hewins 1895-1903

References

* [http://lse.ac.uk/collections/pressAndInformationOffice/aboutLSE/worldLeaders.htm LSE Press and Information Office - World leaders]
* [http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/pressAndInformationOffice/aboutLSE/nobelPrizeWinners/ LSE Press and Information Office - Nobel Prize winners]


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