Ellison, Anthony P. 1943-
ELLISON, Anthony P. 1943-
PERSONAL: Born February 3, 1943, in Orrell, England; son of William (a bricklayer) and Nora (a secretary; maiden name, Murphy) Ellison; married, 1990; wife's name Christa (a gallery owner). Ethnicity: "British." Education: University of Leicester, B.A. (with first-class honors), 1964, M.A., 1966; University of Bath, M.Phil., 2000. Religion: Roman Catholic.
ADDRESSES: Home and offıce—14621 Southwest 82nd Ct., Miami, FL 33158; fax: 305-252-5445. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: University of London, Queen Mary College, London, England, lecturer in economics, 1966-72; consultant in economics, 1972-78; economist for the federal government of Canada, 1978-88; United Nations Development Program, economist in Botswana, 1988-90; economic consultant in South Africa, 1990-98; writer, 1998—. Nova Southeastern University, adjunct lecturer, 2000-03.
The Dynamics of the Civil Aviation Industry, Lexington Books (Lexington, MA), 1974.
Entrepreneurs and the Transformation of the GlobalEconomy, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2002.
WORK IN PROGRESS: An Empire beyond Its Apogee: The Decline of America.
SIDELIGHTS: Anthony P. Ellison told CA: "My primary motivation for writing is to clarify in my own mind how individual motivation meshes with social and economic institutions so as to offer an explanation of this economic process. My writing is influenced by the works of Joseph A. Schumpeter.
"The work I am in the process of writing has been prompted by the evident decline and extraordinary course launched by the Bush Administration."