Professor Neil Kay
Room 6.17 Sir William Duncan Building
Tel : +44 (0)141 548 3867 (Ext. 3867)
He was previously Reader in Economics at Heriot-Watt University and also Lecturer in Nottingham and Strathclyde Universities. He has held two Visiting Associate Professorships in the University of California (Irvine 1980-82) and was Visiting Professor at the European University, Florence, 1987-88. He has been a member of ACOST (Cabinet Office) and DTI working parties. He has advised private and governmental institutions, including the EC Commission and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). He has published five books and numerous articles of research on industrial economics and corporate strategies, particularly on topics of diversification, multinationalism, collaborative activity, internal organisation and innovation.
Neil is also Special Professsor, University of Nottingham and Visiting Professor, University of Queensland 2005 & 2006.
Personal Homepage - http://www.brocher.com/
Selected Recent Publications
Reappraising the Nature of the Firm: The Role and Influence of Lexical and Structural Ambiguity Organizational Studies, 2008, 29, pp. 1179-96
The Evolution of Co-operation, Pairings and Networks, International Journal of the Economics of Business.2007, 14, pp. 317-349
Penrose and the growth of multinational firms, Managerial and Decision Economics, 2005, 26, pp. 99-112.
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