Stuart Holland

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Stuart Kingsley Holland (born 25 March 1940) is an academic economist who used to be a British Labour politician.

As a Member of Parliament, Holland represented the Vauxhall constituency in Lambeth, London, from 1979 until 1989, when he applied for the Chiltern Hundreds (that is, resigned his seat) in order to take up a post at the European University Institute, Florence. He held the sinecure post of Steward of the Chiltern Hundreds for five years and 247 days, the longest period between resignations of two MPs since the post has been held since its creation in 1850.

Holland currently teaches in the Faculty of Economics at the University of Coimbra in Portugal.

Works[edit]

  • The State as Entrepreneur, New Dimensions for Public Enterprise: The IRI State Shareholding Formula (1972) editor
  • Socialist Challenge (1975)
  • Capital versus the Regions (1976)
  • Beyond Capitalist Planning (1978) editor
  • Uncommon Market : Capital, Class and Power in the European Community (1980)
  • Out of Crisis. A Project for European Recovery (1983)
  • Kissinger's Kingdom : a Counter Report on Central America (1984) with Donald Anderson
  • Never Kneel Down: Drought, Development and Liberation in Eritrea (1984) with James Firebrace
  • The Market Economy : From Micro to Mesoeconomics (1987)
  • Central America: The Future of Economic Integration (1989) editor with George Irvin
  • The European Imperative: Economic and Social Cohesion in the 1990s (1993)

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
George Strauss
Member of Parliament for Vauxhall
19791989
Succeeded by
Kate Hoey