Paul Ormerod

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Paul Ormerod is a British economist who is researching complexity, complex systems, nonlinear feedback, the boom and bust cycle of business and economic competition. Ormerod uses a multidisciplinary approach, making use of biology, physics, mathematics, statistics and psychology as sources of results that can be applied to economics.

Biography[edit]

Ormerod completed his undergraduate economic studies at Christ's College, Cambridge and his postgraduate studies at St Catherine's College, Oxford, for which he was awarded a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in economics. Upon graduation he worked as a forecaster at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. Later he founded several companies, first Henley Centre which was sold to a FTSE100 company and later Volterra Partners, which he founded with Bridget Rosewell and till today remains a partner.[1][2]

Ormerod contributes regularly to a blog which is found on his personal website, see link below.

He is currently the President of Rochdale Hornets RLFC.

Bibliography[edit]

Paul Ormerod has written three books as well as many articles. His books are:

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Institute of Advanced Study : Paul Ormerod - Durham University". Durham University. Retrieved 2008-03-09. 
  2. ^ "Volterra Partners Homepage". Volterra Partners. Retrieved 14 September 2012. 

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