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political economy educator , writer

Susan Strange, British political economy educator, writer. Fellow London School of Economics (honorary); member International Studies Association (president 1995-1996), British International Studies Association (founder 1974).

Background

Strange, Susan was born on June 9, 1923 in Langton Matravers, Dorset, England. Daughter of Louis Arron and Marjorie (Beath) Strange.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Economics, London School of Economics, 1943.

Career

Editorial writer The Economist, London, 1944-1946. Foreign correspondent The Observer, 1946-1948, economics correspondent, 1950-1957. Lecturer University College London, 1949-1963.

Research fellow Royal Institute International Affairs, London, 1964-1976. Fellow German Marshall Fund, Washington, 1976-1978. Montago Burton professor London Sch Economics, 1978-1985.

Professor international relations European University Institute, Florence, Italy, 1989-1993. Professor international political economy Warwick University, Coventry, England, 1993-1997.

Works

Membership

Fellow London School of Economics (honorary). Member International Studies Association (president 1995-1996), British International Studies Association (founder 1974).

Connections

Married Denis McVicar Merrit (divorced 1955). Children: Giles, Jane. Married Clifford Selly.

Children: Mark, Roger, Kate, Adam.

father:
Louis Arron Strange

mother:
Marjorie (Beath) Strange

spouse:
Denis McVicar Merrit

spouse:
Clifford Selly

child:
Giles Strange

child:
Jane Strange

child:
Mark Strange

child:
Roger Strange

child:
Kate Strange

child:
Adam Strange