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Solomos Solomou (economist)

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Name  Solomos Solomou

Role  Economist
Books  Themes in macroeconomic history, Economic Cycles, Exchange Rates in the Perip, Phases of Economic Growth - 1

Solomos solomou

Solomos Solomou is a University Reader in Economics who teaches at the University of Cambridge. He is also a Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. He was initially educated at Kennington School, Camberwell, London before gaining a place at The London School of Economics where he obtained a First Class Honours B.Sc. (Econ.) in 1979, a M.Sc. (Econ.), London School of Economics 1980 and Ph.D. University of Cambridge 1983. He lists his interests as "The following in historical perspective, long cycles; business cycles; trade policy; exchange rate regimes and economic performance; weather and sectoral fluctuations".


He received a Pilkington teaching prize from the University of Cambridge in 1991.

He was written on the effect of British tariff policy in the early 1930s.

Memorial for tassos issac and solomos solomou murdered by the turkish government in august 1996


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