Business in Britain in the Twentieth Century
Decline and Renaissance?
Edited by Richard Coopey and Peter Lyth
Richard Coopey teaches history across a range of economic, social, technological and political areas. His current research interests include the history of the popular music industry, and the economic history of water resources.
Peter Lyth has taught economic and transport history in Britain, Israel and the United States. His research interests are chiefly in transport and airline history, as well as aircraft and aero engine manufacturing.
Michael Anson, Historical Researcher, Bank of England,
Youssef Cassis, Professor of Economic History, University of Geneva, Switzerland,
Richard Coopey, Senior Lecturer, Department of History and Welsh History, Aberystwyth University,
Gerald Crompton, Reader in Economic History, Canterbury Business School, University of Kent,
Robert Fitzgerald, Readerin Business History, Royal Holloway, University of London,
Leslie Hannah, visiting professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo,
Katrina Honeyman, Reader in Social and Economic History, School of History, University of Leeds,
Sally Horrocks, Lecturer in the School of Historical Studies, University of Leicester,
David Jeremy, Emeritus Professor of Business History, the Business School, Manchester Metropolitan University,
Geoffrey Jones, Joseph C. Wilson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School,
Peter Lyth, Research Fellow, University of Nottingham International Business History Unit,
Carlo Morelli, Lecturer, Department of Economic Studies, University of Dundee,
Geoffrey Owen, Senior Fellow, Institute of Management, London School of Economics and Political Science,
Andrew Popp, Senior Lecturer, School of Management, Royal Holloway, University of London,
Dilwyn Porter, Senior Research Fellow, International Centre for Sport History and Culture, De Montfort University, Leicester,
Nick Tiratsoo, Senior Research Fellow, Nottingham University,
Jim Tomlinson, Bonar Professor of Modern History, University of Dundee,
John F. Wilson, Director, Institute of International Business, Lancashire Business School, University of Central Lancashire,