Andrews (1914-71) was educated at University College Southampton. He became Phelps Brown 's research assistant at the Oxford Institute of Statistics in 1937, and on 1 January 1938 became the secretary of the Oxford Economists' Research Group. He left the institute in 1941 to become senior researcher at Nuffield College. He was fellow at Nuffield and subsequently professor of economics at Lancaster University (1967-71).
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Source: F. S. Lee, "Philip Walter Sawford Andrews, 1914-1971", Introduction to The Economics of Competitive Enterprise. Selected Essays of P. W. S. Andrews, ed. by F. S. Lee and P. E. Earl (Aldershot: Elgar, 1993).
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