This book is a unique and personal recollection of a childhood lived just before independence by a British child whose parents were working in India in the twentieth century. It is also an exploration of ex patriate living from a child's perspective. It contains some interesting perspectives on poverty, inequality and power.
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Lynden Moore obtained a place at Oxford University to read Chemistry and then switched to read the very popular and prestigious, Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, (PPE) and then she became an Economist. Her first book was entitled, The Textile and Clothing Industries of the United Kingdom. The succeeding two books covered International trade. She went to Sri Lanka on a travelling fellowship, and returned to India on a number of occasions. She also has four contributions in other books and has published 15 articles. She now has 2 children and 4 grandchildren. Britain's Trade and Economic Structure - The Impact of the EU (Routledge, London,1999). The Growth and Structure of International Trade Since the 2nd World War (Wheatsheaf, Brighton, 1985). The Textile and Clothing Industries of the United Kingdom (Manchester University Press, 1971). Provided trade data and prepared final draft of the book by Colin Clark British Trade in the Common Market (Stevens, London, 1962). Chapters in Books Ch 3 'The Theory of Preferential Trading Areas' and Ch 11 'Developments in Trade and Trade Policy of the EC' in Ed. I (1994) II (1997) eds.Artis, Michael, and Lee, Norman, III (2001) eds Artis, Michael, and Nixson, Fred Economics of the European Union (OUP). 'Discriminatory Protection of the British Textile and Clothing Industries' Ch 31 in H.W. Singer, N. Hatti and R. Tandon (eds) Trade Liberalisation in the 1990s, New World Order Series Vol.8 (Indus Publishing Company, New Delhi, 1990). 'The Changes in Agricultural Trade between 1950 and 1984', Ch 6 in H.W. Singer, N. Hatti, R. Tandon (eds) International Commodity Policy, New World Order Series Vol. 2, Part I (Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, 1987). 'The World Situation and the Outlook for Cotton', in T.K. Warley (ed), Agricultural Producers and Their Markets (Blackwell, Oxford, 1967). Selection of Articles 'US Imports of Clothing from Asian Developing Countries' in the Journal of 6 First Memories: A childhood spent in India during the Second World War International Development Vol.9, No.3, 1997. 'Asian Textiles Producers in the US Market' in The World Economy Vol.18 No.4 1995. 'Protection and Competition in the US market for Textiles and Clothing' in the Journal of the Textile Institute Vol.85 No.2 1994. 'Agricultural Protection in Britain and its Economy-Wide Effects' in The World Economy Vol. 11, No.2, 1988. 'The Demand for Wool', Westminster Bank Review, 1968. with G.H. Peters 'Agriculture's Balance of Payments Contribution', Westminster Bank Review, 1965. 'Economic Development and Ceylon' in the Malayan Economic Review, 1965 Vol. X. No. 2. 'Factors affecting the Demand for British Exports' in the Bulletin of the Oxford University Institute of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 26, No. 4, 1964. 'The Effect of Changes in Crop Acreage on Yield', Farm Economics, 1960. 'Fertilisers and the Yield of Crops', Westminster Bank Review, 1960. Assisted G.T. Jones, G.R. Allen and Colin Clark with the report to the USDA on, Expected Level of Demand, Supply and Imports of Farm Products in the United Kingdom in 1965 and 1975, Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford, 1961.