J.R. (Dick) Sargent founded the Department of Economics at Warwick in 1965; he was its first chairman, and was a professor in the department until 1973.
Dick has also been:
- a member of CLARE group of economists
- a member and chair of the Economics Committee of the ESRC
- member of the Council of the Royal Economic Society
- Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics.
He has combined a distinguished academic career with spells in government and business: at the Treasury (1963 to 1965), the Ministry of Technology (1968 to 1969), and the Midland Bank (1974 to 1984) as group economic adviser. He was Houblon-Norman research fellow at the Bank of England (1984 to 1985), and a member of the council of management of the Henley Centre for Forecasting (1984 to 1987). He is a governor of the National Institute for Economic and Social Research.
To Full Employment: The Keynesian Experience and After
View details of Dick Sargent's recent book, To Full Employment: The Keynesian Experience and After, published by The Power of Three Press.