|The Art of the Economist
I was probably the first economist to start analysing how economists work in the real world.
Peter Bowbrick, Practical Economics for the Real Economist. London/Dordrecht/Boston, Graham and Trotman. ISBN 1-85333-076-0. 1988.
Peter Bowbrick, Effective Communication for Professionals and Executives. London/ Dordrecht /Boston, Graham and Trotman. ISBN 1-85333-081-7. 1988.
Peter Bowbrick, The use of Counseling Skills in Consultancy, Master’s Thesis, Nottingham University, 1993.
Peter Bowbrick, "Thesis fodder - a new role for the Third World," Times Higher Education Supplement
Peter Bowbrick, Refereeing
Morwenna Griffiths, Tony Cotton, Peter Bowbrick, “Educational researchers doing research on educational policy: Heroes, puppets, partners, or…?” Paper presented to the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Warwick 2006.
Mal Leicester, Roger Twelvetrees, Peter Bowbrick, “Philosophical Perspectives on Lifelong Learning – insights from education, engineering and economics,” in David Aspin (Ed.) Philosophical Perspectives on Lifelong Learning 2007(Kluwer Press)
Peter Bowbrick, “The role of the economist in applied biological research”, Agricultural Administration. 3 11-15. 1976.
Peter Bowbrick, “The use of tape recorders in agricultural economics research”, Journal of Agricultural Economics. 26(2) 261-263. 1975.
Peter Bowbrick, “Scientific method in economics”, Agricultural Economics Society of Tanzania. 1981.
Peter Bowbrick, “Falsificationist scientific method in economics”, Acta Horticulturae. 77 103-112. 1978.
Dr Peter Bowbrick Peter@Bowbrick.eu 0131 556 7292 0777 274 6759
I specialize in marketing economics, the economics of quality, grades and brands, policy and the economics of famine.