SIRC, Ljubo. British (born Yugoslavia), b. 1920. Genres: Economics, History, Politics/Government, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Director, Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies, London, 1983-. Co-Ed., Journal of Post-Communist Economies, 1989-. Member of faculty, University of Dacca, Bangladesh, 1960-61, and University of St. Andrews, Dundee, 1962-65; Lecturer, 1965-68, and Sr. Lecturer, 1968-83, University of Glasgow. Publications: (with M. Miller, T.M. Piotrowicz and H. Smith) Communist Economy under Change, 1963; Economic Devolution in Eastern Europe, 1969; Outline of International Trade, 1973; Outline of International Finance, 1974; (co-author) Can Workers Manage?, 1977; The Yugoslav Economy under Self-management, 1979; Between Hitler and Tito (autobiography), 1989; What Must Gorbachev Do?, 1989; Criticism of Self- management, Still Relevant, 1994; Why Communist Economies Failed, 1994; True Fight for Freedom, (in Slovene), 1995; Political Morality in Yugoslavia, 1996; In Search of Entrepreneurs (in Slovene), 1996. Address: 41A Westbourne Gardens, Glasgow G12 9XQ, Scotland.