Academic Colleagues and Copyright Holders


Academic Colleagues and Copyright Holders

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We are very grateful to the following academic colleagues who have been an enormous help in putting together the repository, pointing us to various sources of data and allowing us to include their published and unpublished work:

Mark Billings, Mike Bordo, Nicholas Dimsdale, Anne Harrison, Martin Weale, James Sefton, Jagjit Chadha, Nick Crafts, Jason Lennard, Sean Kenny, Geoff Meeks, Andrew Goudie, Bernardo Batiz-Lazo, Shaun Vahey, Stuart, McIntyre, Steve Broadberry, Bruce Campbell, Alex Klein, Mark Overton, Bas van Leeuwen, Forrest Capie, Peter Wardley, Clive Lee, Humphrey Southall, Jan Tore Klovland, Peter Spencer, Solomos Solomou, Leigh Shaw-Taylor, Jason Lennard, Nicholas Dimsdale, Martin Ellison, Andrew Scott, Sam Williamson, Patrick O’Brien, Anne Murphy, Nuno Palma, Adam Brzezinski, John Muellbauer, Nick Barratt, Leslie Hannah, Julian Hoppit, Geoff Tily, John Gent, Olivier Accominotti, Nick Oulton, Barry Naisbitt, Peter Sinclair, Mary O’Mahony, Steve Penneck.

We would also particularly like to thank the following ONS colleagues for their expert help, support and advice:

Steve Drew, Simon Linden, Richard Heys, Bogdan Bordeinau, Alaa Al-Hamad, Fiona Dawe.

We are also extremely grateful to the following librarians and archivists for all their invaluable help, advice and (above all) patience:

Clare Trowell at the Marshall Library; Nicola Wright, Beth Clark and the LSE Library; Nick Mays of the Times Archive; Mike Anson at the Bank of England Archive; David Raymont at the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
The ONS Library; Helen Pye-Smith and Shahid Nazir at the Bank of England Library; Simon Rex at the Building Societies Association; Emma Quinlan at the Nuffield College, Oxford Library; Sarah Stevens at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research Library.

We would also like to thank the following for their kind permission to allow us to reproduce copyrighted material:

Professor Forrest Capie, Professor Leon Feinstein, Professor Clive Lee, Professor Colin Holmes, Hanswolf Hohn at Deutsche Bank, Paula Beggren, Naomi Pasachoff, Joel Schwartz, Vivian Schwartz, Luke Sheppard and Manchester University Press.

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