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John Kemp is a senior lecturer in economics at the Manchester Metropolitan University where his main teaching is in microeconomic theory. He also teaches a short course in introductory economic dynamics and some aspects of industrial economics. He trained in economics at the University of Sheffield. He has published a number of papers dealing with the uncertainty, industrial concentration, chaos theory and the application of the concept of lock-in to monetary regimes. He is currently researching (with Ted Wilson) into the development of standardisation in technologies and socio-economic regimes.

Department of Economics
Manchester Metropolitan University
Mabel Tylecote Building
Cavendish Street

Tel : +44 (0)161 247 3890
Fax: +44 (0)161 247 6302
email: J.Kemp@mmu.ac.uk

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