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Leslie DICKS-MIREAUX

economist

Leslie DICKS-MIREAUX, economist in the field of Domestic Monetary Theory and Policy.

Background

DICKS-MIREAUX, Leslie was born in 1924 in England.

Education

Bachelor of Science King’s College, London, 1948.

Career

Senior Research Officer, National Institute of Economie and Social Research, London, United Kingdom, London, 1956-1962. Senior Economics, National Economics Development Office, London, 1962-1966. Head, Short-Term Forecasting Division, Economics Statistics Department, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris, 1966-1967.

Special Adviser, Bank of England, 1967-1984. Association Director, PRONED, London, England, since 1984.

Views

The determinants of general wage and price inflation, in particular quantitative attempts to distinguish for Britain between the separate roles of cost factors and demand factors in the inflationary process.