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consultant , Social scientist , Education educator

Andrew David Green, British education educator, comparative social scientist, consultant. Achievements include development of theory of education and state formation and new models of effects of skills distribution on economic inequality and social cohesion. Visiting fellow Danish, University Education, Copenhagen, 2002. Member of History Education Society United Kingdom (life), Association University Teachers (life).

Background

Green, Andrew David was born on April 15, 1954 in Windsor, United Kingdom. Son of Michael David and Christelle Green.

Education

Bachelor in English, Language and Literature with honors, Oxford University, 1975. Master of Arts in Cultural Studies, Birmingham University, 1979. Postgraduate certified in education, Institute Education, 1981.

Doctor of Philosophy in Comparative Education History, Birmingham University, 1998.

Career

Lecturer in sociology South East London Technology College, 1981—1988. Senior lecturer in education history and policy Thames Polytechnic, 1988—1990. Lecturer in education Institute of Education, 1990—1993, senior lecturer in education, 1993—1996, reader in education, 1996—1998, professor of education, 1998—2003, professor comparative education, since 2003, professor comparative social science, since 2007.

Director Economic and Social Research Council. Researcher Center Learning & Life Chances Knowledge Economical Society, since 2008. Co-director Department Education and Skills Research Center on Wider Benefits of Learning, 1999—2004, Department International Development Research on Education, Globalization and Development, since 2004.

Director Department Education and Skills Research Center on Learning and the Lifecourse in Knowledge Economics and Societies, since 2008.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of theory of education and state formation and new models of effects of skills distribution on economic inequality and social cohesion.

Works

Membership

Member of History Education Society United Kingdom (life), Association University Teachers (life).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, travel, sailing, walking, swimming.

Connections

father:
Michael David

mother:
Christelle Green