Black, R(obert) D(enis) Collison

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BLACK, R(obert) D(enis) Collison

BLACK, R(obert) D(enis) Collison. British (born Ireland), b. 1922. Genres: Economics, History, Intellectual history. Career: University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, deputy for the professor of political economy, 1943-45; Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, assistant lecturer, 1945-46, lecturer, 1946-48, senior lecturer, 1958-61, reader, 1961-62, professor of economics and head of department, 1962-85, currently emeritus; dean of faculty of economics and social sciences, 1967-70, pro-vice-chancellor of the university, 1971-75. Visiting professor at Yale University, 1964-65. Publications: Centenary History of the Statistical Society of Ireland, 1947; Economic Thought and the Irish Question, 1817-1870, 1960; A Catalogue of Pamphlets on Economic Subjects Published Between 1750 and 1900, and Now Housed in Irish Libraries, 1969; Economic Theory and Policy in Context, 1995. EDITOR: Papers and Correspondence of William Stanley Jevons, Vol. I: Biography and Personal Journal, 1972, Vol. II: Correspondence, 1850-1862, 1973, Vol. III: Correspondence, 1863-1872, 1977, Vol. IV: Correspondence, 1873-1878, 1977, Vol. V: Correspondence, 1879-1882, 1977, Vol. VI: Lectures on Political Economy, 1875-1876, 1977, Vol. VII: Papers on Political Economy, 1981; Readings in the Development of Economic Analysis, 1776-1848, 1972; (with A.W. Coats and C.D. Goodwin) The Marginal Revolution in Economics, 1973; Ideas in Economics, 1986. Address: Department of Economics, Queen's University, Belfast BT7 1NN, Northern Ireland.