Andrew Britton

Andrew is a former Director here at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, and currently an Honorary Fellow.

Education

1966-1968 – London School of Economics, MSc in Economics
1959-1962 – Oriel College, Oxford, BA in Modern History
1951-1959 – Royal Grammar School, Newcastle on Tyne

Employment

1998-2001 – Bath University, visiting professor
1982-1995 – National Institute of Economic and Social Research, director
1978-1982 – Under-Secretary (Economics)
1975-1978 HM Treasury, Senior Economic Adviser
1973-1974 – Dept. of Health and Social Security, Senior Economic Adviser
1970-1973 – Economic Adviser
1968-1970 – Economic Assistant
1966-1968 – HM Treasury, cadet economist
1962-1966 – John Murray Publishing

Additional Information

Other Activities

2004- present – Lay Canon of Southwark Cathedral
1986- present – Lay Reader
2007-2013 –¬†Archbishops’ Council, chair of Finance Committee
2000-2007 – Diocese of Southwark, chair of Board of Finance
1995-1997 – Churches’ Enquiry into Unemployment and the Future of Work, executive secretary

Publications

‘The Trade Cycle in Britain’ , CUP 1986
‘Macroeconomic Policy in Britain 1974-87’ CUP 1991
Monetary Regimes of the Twentieth Century’, CUP 2001
‘Economic Theory and Christian Belief’ (joint with P, Sedgwick), Peter Lang, 2003