The Crisis Year 1976: Events to Autumn, with a Brief Retrospective Back to 1973 Autumn 1976 to Summer 1977 Autumn 1977 to Summer 1978 Autumn 1978 to Summer 1979 Autumn 1979 to Summer 1980 Autumn 1980 to Summer 1981 Autumn 1981 to Summer 1982 Autumn 1982 to Summer 1983 Conclusion: Summer 1984
Graham Hacche worked at the International Monetary Fund for over
twenty-five years, latterly as Deputy Director of the External
Relations Department. Prior to this he worked as an economist at
the Bank of England and also as a consultant for the OECD. His
publications include scholarly articles on British monetary
economics, sterling's exchange rate, and the IMF, and a book on The
Theory of Economic Growth.
Christopher Taylor is a former Teaching Fellow at Judge Business School, Cambridge, UK, and previously held positions as Senior Research Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and Visiting Fellow at the National Institute of Economic and
Social Research, UK. He spent twenty years in the Economics Division at the Bank of England, and latterly as Chief Adviser in the European Division. He has published widely on EMU, monetary policy and macroeconomics.