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NORMAN BRUCE St CLAIR SCOTT

Background

  • SCOTT, NORMAN BRUCE St CLAIR was born on April 13, 1933 in Helensburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.

  • Education

    • University of Glasgow, 1950-1954, Master of Arts. University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1954-1955, Diploma. University of Geneva, 1965-1966, Diploma.

      Spoken languages: English, French, Russ, Serbo-Croat.

    Career

    • Director, Trade Division, Economic Commission for Europe since 1974. Deputy Director, Division of Technology, Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva, 1970-1974. Editor, Economic Survey of Europe, Rch Division, Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva, 1960-1970.

      President, Centre for Rch in International Institutions, University of Geneva, since 1985. Visiting Professor (Comparative Economic Systems), Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, 1963-1972. Rch Fellow, Department of Applied Economic, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 1956-1959.

    Membership

    Member: Atheneum Club, London.

    Personality

    Interests

    History of international organization. East-West relations; commercial policy issues. Multilateral diplomacy.

    Connections

    • Spouse Mirjana, National of Yugoslavia.
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    Nationality