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Haldane

1. J(ohn) B(urdon) S(anderson) 1892--1964, Scottish biochemist, geneticist, and writer on science
2. his father, John Scott. 1860--1936, Scottish physiologist, noted particularly for his research into industrial diseases
3. his brother, Richard Burdon, 1st Viscount Haldane of Cloan. 1856--1928, British statesman and jurist. As secretary of state for war (1905--12) he reorganized the army and set up the territorial reserve
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Year 12 student, Lewis Devlin said: "Mr Haldane gave a really inspirational speech, and made me think much more about the importance of economics in this country.
Although there has been experimental evidence of the Haldane phase in other types of one dimensional antiferromagnetic materials, it is believed to be the first evidence in a cluster-based material.
Speaking to the Treasury Select Committee, Mr Haldane said: "Historically the thing that has really killed jobs has been central banks stepping on the brakes too late.
Mr Haldane argued that rates should be kept steady in the near-term, but that he could change course by yearend if the economy shows signs of strength.
The laureates will share a prize amount of 8 million Swedish kronor ($936,000), one half of which will go to Thouless, while the other half will be shared between Haldane and Kosterlitz.
Mr Haldane also caused controversy in May when he said he could not make the "remotest sense of pensions.
He also denies causing serious injury to Charlotte's cousin Margaret Haldane, 69, by driving dangerously.
Andy Haldane, chief economist and executive director of Monetary Analysis and Statistics at the Bank of England, said that the UK should switch from a fiat to a digital currency based economy to support economic growth.
Astley Community High School, Seaton Delaval ANDREW Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England visited Astley Community High School to talk to students about his career, experiences and about economics in general.
BoE chief economist Andy Haldane surprised investors last week when he said a recent sharp slowdown in inflation meant the bank was as likely as not to cut rates.
Chief economist of the Bank of England, Andy Haldane, has said that interest rates in the UK are as likely to fall further as they are to increase, the BBC reported on Thursday.
A specialist in working with professional practices, Ms Haldane joins Grant Thornton with wide experience in business development and marketing positions in law firms.