Neal, Frank

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NEAL, Frank

NEAL, Frank. British, b. 1932. Genres: Economics, History. Career: Assistant Lecturer in Economics, Southport Technical College, Lancashire, 1959-61; Research Assistant, Dept. of Economics, University of Liverpool, 1962-63; Principal Lecturer in Economics, Chelmer Institute of Higher Education, Chelmsford, Essex, 1963-69, and Sheffield Polytechnic, 1969-74; Sr. Lecturer in Economics and Social Statistics, University of Salford, Lancs., 1974-96. University of Manchester, Simon Sr. Research Fellow, 1990-91, Professor of Economics and Social History, 1996. Publications: Investment in Liverpool Shipping during the Industrial Revolution; (with R.W. Quincy) Using Mathematics in Economics, 1973; (with R. Shone) Economic Model Building, 1976; (with E. Rick) The Environment of Business, 1983; Sectarian Violence: The Liverpool Experience, 1819-1914, 1989; Black '47: Britain and the Famine Irish, 1997. Author of articles on Irish immigrants in Victorian Britain and maritime history. Address: 74 South Dr, Chorltonville, Manchester M21 8FB, England. Online address: [email protected]