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Roy Herbert Green

economist

Roy Herbert Green, Irish economist. Member Transport and General Workers Union, Fabian Society, Institute Workers' Control.

Background

Green, Roy Herbert was born on June 10, 1951 in Dublin, Ireland. Son of Herbert Sidney and Marie Louise (Friedheim) Green.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Adelaide, 1975, Bachelor of Laws, 1973.

Career

Research fellow Clare Hall, Cambridge, England, 1978-1980. Research officer Labour Party, London, since 1980.

Works

  • Author: Fabian Essays in Socialist Thought, 1984. Contributor articles and documents to political journals. Chairman Branch Labour Party, Cambridgeshire, Commonwealth scholar Australian Government, 1968.

    Recipient John F. Kennedy prize University Adelaide, 1975. Research studentship Trinity College, Cambridge, 1976.

Membership

Member Transport and General Workers Union, Fabian Society, Institute Workers' Control.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music; theatre; art history.

Connections

Married Jane Marie Henderson, 1978.

father:
Herbert Sidney Green

mother:
Marie Louise (Friedheim) Green

spouse:
Jane Marie Henderson