Revell, John Robert Stephen
REVELL, John Robert Stephen
REVELL, John Robert Stephen. (Jack Revell). British, b. 1920. Genres: Economics, Money/Finance. Career: Consultant Director, Institute of European Finance, Bangor, since 1985 (Director, 1973-85). Research Officer and Sr. Research Officer, Dept. of Applied Economics, Cambridge University, 1957-68; Fellow, and Tutor and Sr. Tutor, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, 1965-68. Professor of Economics, 1968-83, and Vice-Principal, 1978-83, University College of N. Wales, Bangor. Publications: (with J. Moyle) The Owners of Quoted Ordinary Shares: A Study for 1963, 1966; The Wealth of the Nation, 1967; Changes in British Banking: The Growth of a Secondary Banking System, 1968; Financial Structure and Government Regulation in the United Kingdon 1952-1980, 1972; The British Financial System, 1973; Solvency and Regulation of Banks, 1975; Savings Flows in Europe 1976; Inflation and Financial Institutions, 1979; Costs and Margins in Banking: An International Survey, 1980; A Study of the Spanish Banking System, 1980; Banking and Electronic Fund Transfers, 1983: Changes in Spanish Banking, 1984; Mergers and the Role of Large Banks, 1987; The Future of Savings Banks, 1989; Changes in West European Public Banks, 1993. EDITOR: Competition and Regulation of Banks, 1978; The Changing Face of European Banks and Securities Markets; The Recent Evolution of Financial Systems, 1997. Address: 12 Rustat Rd, Cambridge CB1 3QT, England.
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