Professor Michael Chisholm

Emeritus Fellow
Contemporary patterns of economic development, especially but not only in Britain, with an emphasis on government policies

Academic posts:
Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Oxford
Department of Geography, Bedford College, London
Department of Geography, Bristol University
Professor of Geography, Cambridge

Public appointments:
Social Science Research Council
Local Government Boundary Commission, England
Rural Development Commission, England
Local Government Commission, England
Conservators of the River Cam

  • 1962 Rural Settlement and Land Use: an essay in location (Hutchinson)
  • 1966 Geography and Economics (Bell)
  • 1971 Spatial Policy Problems of the British Economy (Cambridge University Press)
  • 2000 Structural Reform of British Local Government: rhetoric and reality (Manchester University Press)
  • 2013 In the Shadow of the Abbey: Crowland (Douglas McLean Publishing)
Fellow British Academy (FBA); Fellow Society of Antiquaries London (FSA)