Hague, Sir Douglas (Chalmers)

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HAGUE, Sir Douglas (Chalmers)

HAGUE, Sir Douglas (Chalmers). British, b. 1926. Genres: Education, Economics, Business/Trade/Industry. Career: Chairman, Oxford Strategy Network, since 1984. Associate Fellow, Templeton College, Oxford (formerly Oxford Centre for Management Studies), since 1983 (Professorial Fellow, 1981-83). Assistant Lecturer, 1947-50, Lecturer, 1950-57, and Reader in Political Economy, 1957, University College, London; Newton Chambers Professor of Economics, 1957-63, and Head of Dept. of Business Studies, 1962-63, University of Sheffield; Professor of Managerial Economics 1965-81, and Deputy Director 1978-81, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester; British Chairman, Carnegie Corp's Anglo-American Project on Accountability, 1969-72; Chairman, Economic and Social Research Council, 1983-87. Publications: (with A. Stonier) A Textbook of Economic Theory, 1953; The Essentials of Economics, 1955; The Economics of Man-Man Fibres, 1957; Managerial Economics, 1969; (with B. Smith) The Dilemma of Accountability in Modern Government, 1971; Pricing in Business, 1971; (with W.J.M. Mackenzie and A. Barker) Public Policy and Private Interests: The Institutions of Compromise, 1975; (with G. Wilkinson) The IRC: An Experiment in Industrial Reorganization, 1983; (ed.) The Management of Science, 1991; Beyond Universities, 1991; Transforming the Dinosaurs, 1993.

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