Britton, Denis (King)
BRITTON, Denis (King)
BRITTON, Denis (King). British, b. 1920. Genres: Agriculture/Forestry. Career: Lecturer, Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford University, 1947-52; Economist, U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, Geneva, 1952-59; General Manager, Marketing and Economic Research, Massey-Ferguson (U.K.) Ltd., Coventry, 1959-61; Professor of Agricultural Economics, Nottingham University, 1961-70, and Wye College, University of London, 1970-82. Honourary Fellow, Wye College, 1982. Publications: Cereals in the United Kingdom, 1969; (with B. Hill) Size and Efficiency in Farming, 1975; (with J.C. Dunning and R.M. Harley) Report on Research on the Integration of Farming and Forestry in Lowland Britain, 1984; (co-ed.) A Hundred Years of British Food and Farming: A Statistical Survey, 1988; (ed.) Agriculture in Britain: Changing Pressures and Policies, 1990. Address: 29 Chequers Park, Wye, Ashford, Kent TN25 5BB, England.