Sidney Webb, 1st Baron Passfield

Sidney James Webb, 1st Baron Passfield, OM, PC (13 Juli 1859 – 13 Oktober 1947) adalah seorang sosialis, ekonom dan reformator Britania Raya, yang menjadi salah satu pendiri London School of Economics. Ia adalah anggota awal Fabian Society pada 1884, yang bergabung pada tiga bulan setelah pembentukannya, seperti George Bernard Shaw. Bersama dengan istrinya Beatrice Webb beserta dengan Annie Besant, Graham Wallas, Edward R. Pease, Hubert Bland dan Sydney Olivier, Shaw dan Webb mengubah Fabian Society menjadi perhimpunan poilitik-intelektual di Inggris pada era Edwardian.

Cetakan karbon karya W. & D. Downey, yang diterbitkan pada 1893

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  • Bevir, Mark. "Sidney Webb: Utilitarianism, positivism, and social democracy." Journal of Modern History 74.2 (2002): 217–252 online
  • Cole, Margaret, et al. The Webbs and their work (1949)
  • Davanzati, Guglielmo Forges, and Andrea Pacella. "Sidney and Beatrice Webb: Towards an Ethical Foundation of the Operation of the Labour Market." History of Economic Ideas (2004): 25–49
  • Farnham, David. “Beatrice and Sidney Webb and the Intellectual Origins of British Industrial Relations.” Employee Relations (2008). 30: 534–552
  • Harrison, Royden. The Life and Times of Sydney and Beatrice Webb, 1858-1905 (2001)
  • Kaufman, Bruce E. "Sidney and Beatrice Webb's Institutional Theory of Labor Markets and Wage Determination." Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 52.3 (2013): 765–791. online Diarsipkan 2018-03-23 di Wayback Machine.
  • MacKenzie, Norman Ian, and Jeanne MacKenzie. The First Fabians (Quartet Books, 1979)
  • Radice, Lisanne. Beatrice and Sidney Webb: Fabian Socialists (Springer, 1984)
  • Stigler, George. “Bernard Shaw, Sidney Webb, and the Theory of Fabian Socialism,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society (1959) 103#3: 469–475

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  • Mackenzie, Norman, ed. The Letters of Sidney and Beatrice Webb (3 volumes. Cambridge University Press, 1978, pp. xvii, 453; xi, 405; ix, 482)
    • Volume 1. Apprenticeships 1873–1892 (1978)
    • Volume 2. Partnership 1892–1912 (1978)
    • Volume 3. Pilgrimage, 1912–1947 (1978)

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