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PICTON, Jacob Glyndwr (1912 - 1998), Senior Lecturer in Industrial Economics, University of Birmingham, 1947–79

ROBERTS, Benjamin Charles (1917 - 2011), Professor of Industrial Relations, London School of Economics, University of London, 1962–84, then Emeritus

TEULINGS, Coenraad Nicolaas (born 1958), Montague Burton Professor of Industrial Relations and Labour Economics, University of Cambridge, since 2013

METCALF, David (Harry) (born 1942), Professor of Industrial Relations, London School of Economics, 1985–2009, now Emeritus Professor, Centre for Economic Performance

LEES, Dennis Samuel (1924 - 2008), Emeritus Professor of Industrial Economics, University of Nottingham, since 1983 (Professor, 1968–82)

WELLS, Frederick Arthur (1901 - 1971), Professor of Industrial Economics, University of Nottingham, 1958–67, now Emeritus

Industrial Location Economics. Phillip McCann (ed.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2002. ISBN 1 84064 672 1. 372 pp. Price: £69.95/$110.00 (hardback)

HUGHES, John Dennis (born 1927), Principal, Ruskin College, Oxford, 1979–89 (Tutor in Economics and Industrial Relations, 1957–70, and Vice Principal, 1970–79)

WALKER, Gilbert James (1907 - 1982), Professor of Commerce, 1955–74, later Emeritus, and sometime Head of Department of Industrial Economics and Business Studies, University of Birmingham


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The field of economics devoted to the study of decision-making by firms and the interaction between firms in the market place. ‘The new industrial economics’ was a name given in the 1980s when research in the field began to make extensive use of game theory.

Subjects: Economics.

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