Bachelor of Science London School of Economies and Political Science, London, United Kingdom, 1961.
Assistant Lector, University Bristol,
1962-1964. Lector, University College London,
1964-1968. Professor, University Durham, 1968-1971.
Visiting Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 1971-1972. Professor of Economics, Birkbeck College, University London, 1971-1982.
Empirical and theoretical analyses of the part trade unions play in the process of inflation, seen as the outcome of their role in the labour process, in the distribution of income and in the determination of output and employment. In particular, there is the demonstration that trade unions influence wages independently of the demand for labour. Interpretation and development of the reappraisal of Keynesian economics, including the theory of interest rates and the theory of unemployment.