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John F. Wilson is Professor of International Business, University of Central Lancashire. He is author of British Business History, 1720-1994 (Manchester University Press, 1995) and Ferranti. A History, Vol. I, Building a Family Firm, 1882-1975 (Carnegie Publishing, 2000). Andrew W. Thomson was
formerly Dean of the Open University Business School. He is author of Changing Patterns of Management Development (with C.Mabey, J.Storey, C. Gray and P. Iles, Blackwell, 2001), A Portrait of Pay, 1970-1982: An Analysis of the New Earnings Survey (edited with M. Gregory, Clarendon Press, 1990).

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Management -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
Management -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.