Supple, Barry E(manuel)

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SUPPLE, Barry E(manuel)

SUPPLE, Barry E(manuel). British, b. 1930. Genres: Business/Trade/ Industry. Career: Master, St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, 1984-93, and Professor of Economic History, Cambridge University, 1981-93; Assistant Professor of Business History, Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration, Boston, 1955-60; Associate Professor of Economic History, McGill University, Montreal, 1960-62; Lecturer, Reader, then Professor of Economic and Social History, 1962-78, Dean, School of Social Sciences, 1965-68, and Pro-Vice-Chancellor, 1968-72, University of Sussex, Brighton; Professorial Fellow, Nuffield College, Oxford, and Reader in Recent Social and Economic History, Oxford University, 1978-81. Member of the Council, Social Science Research Council, 1972-77; Co-Ed., Economic History Review, 1973-82; Leverhulme Trust, director, 1993-; Fellow of the British Academy, 1987-; Foreign Secretary of the British Academy, 1995-99; President, Economic History Society, 1992-95. Publications: Commercial Crisis and Change in England 1600-42, 1959; (ed.) The Experience of Economic Growth, 1963; Boston Capitalists and Western Railroads, 1967; The Royal Exchange Assurance: A History of British Insurance 1720-1970, 1970; (ed.) Essays in Business History, 1977; History of British Coal Industry, 1987; The State and Economic Knowledge, 1990; The Rise of Big Business, 1992. Address: The Leverhulme Trust, 1 Pemberton Row, London EC4A 3BG, England.

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