William Schooling

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Sir William Schooling KBE FRAS FSS (16 December 1860 – 18 February 1936) was a British expert on insurance and statistics. He was named a CBE in the 1918 Birthday Honours and a KBE in 1920 for his work with the War Savings Committee.[1] Schooling was the editor of Bourne's Directory, a listing of British insurance companies, and the author of several books on insurance[2] and on the history of the Hudson's Bay Company.[3]

With Mark Barr, he also did pioneering work on the mathematics of the golden ratio.[4]