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Graham Bannock

GRAHAM BANNOCK is a graduate in Economics from the London School of Economics, UK. In the early 1960s he spent two years at the OECD in Paris. Subsequently Bannock pursued a new career in economic and business consultancy, including Managing Directorship of the Economist Intelligence Unit. He founded Bannock Consulting in 1985 which grew to have 60 employees. Since retiring from his own firm in 2003 he has continued to work on his writing and as an independent consultant, primarily on small business, taxation and regulatory issues in developing countries.  From 1989 until 2007 he was Executive Director of Central Banking Publications Ltd. At present Graham is a  Visiting Professor at London Westminster University, UK, a Trustee of the Small Enterprise Research Team, an educational charity, and is a member of the Academic Council of the Institute of Economic Affairs. His latest book, The Economics and Management of Small Business: A Global Perspective was published by Routledge in 2005 and he has written or co-authored over twenty other books including the Penguin Dictionaries of Business, Finance and Economics.

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The Palgrave Encyclopedia of World Economic History
Since 1750

Palgrave Macmillan
It is generally agreed that in order to understand the economy today, you need to understand its history. This easy-to-use encyclopedia provides a useful...
Graham Bannock

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