Saul Estrin becomes a Fellow of the British Academy
27 July 2023
Congratulations to Saul Estrin, emeritus professor of managerial economics and strategy at LSE and associate in CEP’s growth programme, who has been elected as a new Fellow of the British Academy.
He is among 86 new Fellows of the British Academy, all leading international humanities and social sciences researchers.
Professor Estrin has long focused on the micro-economics of comparative economic systems, with an early interest in state-owned firms, labour-managed firms, planning and socialist economies. In recent years, he has concentrated on international business strategy issues and entrepreneurship.
Two other LSE academics have also been made Fellows: Susan Marks, professor of international law, and Patrick Surgis, professor of quantitative social science.
Professor Julia Black, president of the British Academy, said: “It is with great pleasure that we welcome yet another outstanding cohort to the Academy’s Fellowship. The scope of research and expertise on display across our newly elected UK, Corresponding and Honorary Fellows shows the breadth and depth of knowledge and insight held by the British Academy. It is our role to harness this to understand and help shape a better world.”