Niall MacKenzie, Associate

Niall MacKenzie, Associate

Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship (Management), Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow
E-mail;   Tel: 0141 330 0989

Research interests
Scottish and British economic policy since 1945.
Regional economic development in Scotland.
Business-government relations in Scotland since 1945.
Experience of Exchange Rate Regime Change among Developing Countries 1968-1978.

Recent grants
ESRC grant for Masters and PhD study, 2002-2006.
Alfred D Chandler Travelling Fellowship June 2006.

Niall G MacKenzie, "Chucking Buns across the Fence?" Government-Sponsored Industry Development in the Scottish Highlands, 1945-1982, Business and Economic History Online, vol. 4, 2006, ISSN 0849-6825.

Conference papers
"Government Sponsored Industry Development in the Scottish Highlands, 1945-82" at the Economic History Society Conference, University of Reading, April 2006.
"Chucking buns across the fence? Government-Sponsored Industry Development in the Scottish Highlands, 1945-81", Business History Conference, University of Toronto, June 2006 and the European Business History Association Annual Conference, Copenhagen Business School, August 2006.
"Economic Planning and Intervention and the Primacy of Politics: The case of the Scottish Highlands in the post-war period, 1945-1968." Business in context Conference, Centre for Business History in Scotland, University of Glasgow, December 2006.
"Administrative Leadership in Post-War Economic Policy in Scotland". Economic Leadership in Small Countries: Lessons from the Twentieth Century Conference, Athens University of Economics & Business and National Bank of Greece, July 2007.

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