Teachers of London: London School of Economics

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Dr. Olivier Accominotti
Lecturer in Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: Monetary and financial history of the 19th and 20th c..
Dr. Kirsten Ainley
Lecturer in Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
Dr. J. Chris Alden
Reader in Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
Dr. Roham Alvandi
Lecturer in Int. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: Iran; Persian Gulf; Cold War.
Professor Nigel J. Ashton
Prof. of Int. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: Anglo-American relations since 1945; modern Middle East.
Dr. Leonardo Baccini
Lecturer in Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
Mr. Dudley E. Baines
Emeritus Reader in Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: 20th c. London labour market; 18th-19th c. European migration: overseas and internal.
Dr. Gerben Bakker
Sen. Lecturer in Econ. History and Management, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: Film and entertainment industry in Europe and the U.S. since 1890; multinationals in the music industry; evolution of markets, industries and firms and their impact on economic development.
Dr. Rodney S. Barker
Reader in Govt., London: London School of Economics, Department of Government
Research interests: Political thought in Britain 19th-20th c..
Mr. A. John L. Barnes
Lecturer in Pol. Sc., London: London School of Economics, Department of Government
Dr. Robert J. R. Barnes
Masters Programmes Tutor, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: Cold War history.
Mr. Alan J. Beattie
Sen. Lecturer in Pol. Sc., London: London School of Economics, Department of Government
Research interests: 18th-19th c. British constitutional history.
Dr. Antony M. Best
Sen. Lecturer in Int. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: Anglo-Japanese relations 1858-present.
Dr. Federica Bicchi
Lecturer in Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
Dr. Lars Boerner
Lecturer in Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: History of markets; market clearing mechanisms.
Dr. Robert W.D. Boyce
Emeritus Lecturer in Int. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: Franco-British relations 1918-40.
Professor Stephen Broadberry
Prof. of Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: Global economic history; very long run economic growth; international comparisons of growth and productivity performance since 1870.
Professor Chris J. Brown
Prof. of Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations
Dr. Steven Casey
Reader in Int. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of International History
Research interests: U.S. foreign policy; World War II; the Korean War.
Dr. Jeffrey Chwieroth
Reader in Int. Rel., London: London School of Economics, Department of International Relations