Graysian theory


Graysian theory

Introduction

Graysian Theory is an economic and business mindset based on the forward thinking of the Economist Tony Gray. Notable theories include his belief of unsteady fluctuation in growth during the current economic crisis in the UK and his unique view on business cycles, outlined in his book Studies In Economics and Business . Many believe the title 'Graysian Theory' to be a play on the term, 'Keynesian Theory' - Economic theories developed by the Economist John Maynard Keynes.

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Life of Tony Gray

Anthony R. Gray was born March 5th 1970. He was educated in Burford Community Comprehensive School, in Burford, Oxfordshire, and later obtained a teaching qualification from the Institute of Education University of London, in Economics and Politics. ----

Non-Political Career

Tony Gray began his non-political career in 1992 as a Social Sciences teacher, specialising in Economics, at The Cherwell School in North Oxford. 'Graysian Theory' is integral to Tony's teaching strategies, with him showing great passion for his ideology. ----

Political Career

Tony began his political career in 1988 with him acting as a Youth and Student Officer in the Labour Party until 1985. He then became a Youth Officer for the Labour Movement in Europe from 1991 to 1994. He was also a researcher to MP Derek Enright from 1992 to 1993.----

References:

Studies In Economics and Business by Tony Gray


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