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Alan S. Milward

Professor Emeritus of Economic History

London School of Economics

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The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) studies the social sciences in their broadest sense, with an academic profile spanning a wide range of disciplines, from economics, politics and law, to sociology, information systems and accounting an...more

Background Information

Affiliations

European University Institute

Professor Emeritus


Her Majesty

Official Historian of Government


British Academy

Member of Innumerable Boards and Committees


Education

doctorate

London School of Economics


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UACES: Exchanging Ideas on Europe

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2011: Wolfgang Wessels | 2010: Michael H Smith | 2009: Beate Kohler-Koch | 2008: Alan Milward | 2007: William Paterson | 2006: Helen & William Wallace | 2005: John Pinder | 2008: David Edward, recognised for his contribution to the development of the EU and its policies & law | 2006: Elizabeth Meehan, recognised for her contribution to European Studies on the island of Ireland
2008: Alan Milward Alan Milward 2008: Alan Milward An award for 'Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary European Studies' was presented to Professor Alan Milward, Professor Emeritus of Economic History, London School of Economics. The presentation was made at the UACES Annual Conference in Edinburgh, UK, 2008. Alan Milward Perhaps the leading EU historian, Alan S. Milward's career has culminated as Professor Emeritus at the European University Institute, Florence and Official Historian of Her Majesty's Government after a glittering career. His many publications include at least two landmark books in European studies, The Frontier of National Sovereignty and, perhaps most famously, The European Rescue of the Nation State. His published works while at the Cabinet Office included volume one of UK Accession to the European Communities and he was working on volumes 2 and 3 when he had to resign from his post due to ill health. Professor Milward has been a devoted inter-disciplinary scholar determined to bring history and the social sciences together.


UACES Awards: Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary European Studies

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Alan Milward
Alan Milward An award for 'Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary European Studies' was presented to Professor Alan Milward, Professor Emeritus of Economic History, London School of Economics. The presentation was made at the UACES Annual Conference in Edinburgh, UK, 2008. Perhaps the leading EU historian, Alan S. Milward's career has culminated as Professor Emeritus at the European University Institute, Florence and Official Historian of Her Majesty's Government after a glittering career. His many publications include at least two landmark books in European studies, The Frontier of National Sovereignty and, perhaps most famously, The European Rescue of the Nation State. His published works while at the Cabinet Office included volume one of UK Accession to the European Communities and he was working on volumes 2 and 3 when he had to resign from his post due to ill health. Professor Milward has been a devoted inter-disciplinary scholar determined to bring history and the social sciences together.


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The discussion on possible future ... ... by Alan Milward (London School of Economics) and Geir Lundestad.


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Professor of economic history and European integration at the LSE, Alan Milward, in 1994 said concerning the British support for the rapid inclusion of East-Europe into the EU, that,
Interview with Alan Milward, professor of economic history and European integration at the London School of Economics.


ITEAS: News (University of Dundee)

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The ITEAS Annual Lecture was given by Professor Alan Milward on 11 November.His topic was Europe's Africa; America's Indifference.Alan Milward is Emeritus professor of Economic Gistory at the London School of Economics and the official historian of the Cabinet Office.His theme was how the European powers approached the political and economic development of Africa south of the Sahara, and why the USA had played such a small part.


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