In his perceptive and easily readable autobiography, John Dunning walks the reader through the four seasons of his professional and private life. With just the right touch of humour, he recounts his boyhood experience during the eventful days of the Second World War, his three-year spell in the Royal Navy, as well as his years as a student and research assistant at University College London. He then goes on to describe his times as teacher and researcher at Southampton, Reading and Rutgers Universities, and the origin and evolution of the Reading School of International Business scholarship.
Some Personal Reflections of an International Business Economist
Copy of Royal Warrant of Appointment of the author's OBE
Subjects: business and management, international business, economics and finance, history of economic thought, international business
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