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CROSSLEY, Julian (Charles) (1964 - 2003), production manager, screen writer and consultant, film industry

McGREGOR, Peter (born 1926), writer and consultant; Director General, Export Group for the Constructional Industries, 1984–91 (Consultant, 1991–94)

WATTS, Graham Clive (born 1956), Chief Executive, Construction Industry Council, since 1991 (Director, since 1989); dance writer and critic

KELF-COHEN, Reuben (1895 - 1981), Economics writer and consultant; Director and Secretary, Radio Industry Council, 1960–66

DARNBROUGH, Monica Anne (born 1951), Head of Bioscience Unit, Department of Trade and Industry, 1998–2005; independent consultant, writer and speaker on science policy; photographer

BAKER, John (1867 - 1939), Writer on industrial economics; Member of Board of Trade Advisory Committee, 1924–27; served on Sir Arthur Balfour’s Committee on Industry and Trade; Member of Fuel and Power Committee

FARNELL, John Bernard Patrick (born 1948), writer and researcher on China-EU economic relations; Director, Coordination and International Affairs, Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General, European Commission, 2008–12 (Director, Competitiveness, 2006–07)

CARTER, Huntly (died 1942), writer, journalist, symposia editor, publicist, traveller, lecturer, and interpreter of National and World creative constructive movements, in particular, sociological and cultural; early medical training in psychiatry and sexual pathology; before the War engaged in sociological and radical reform movements and journalism of ideas; Reconstruction and Recovery movements in Europe and Russia, 1915–41; editor of a unique series of international symposia surveys of momentous tendencies in science, art, drama, economics, industry and new social life to which upward of 700 distinguished representative men and women contributed; Civil List Pension for services to Literature, 1931; additional Civil List Pension, 1939

 

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