Wikidata Vincentius Cable
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Vincentius Cable: imago
Vincentius Cable: subscriptio
Nativitas: 9 Maii 1943; Eboracum
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum


Officium: Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, Member of the 57th Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 55th Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 54th Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 53rd Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 52nd Parliament of the United Kingdom, Leader of the Liberal Democrats
Munus: politicus, oeconomus



Laurae: Knight Bachelor

Vincentius Cable, praenominibus plenis John Vincent sed communiter Vince Cable (Eboraci natus die 9 Maii 1943), est eruditus oeconomiae orbis terrarum et politicus Britannicus factionis liberalis democraticae.

Alumnus est Collegii Fitzwilliam apud Cantabrigienses. A die 1 Maii 1997 legatus apud Parlamentum munere populi Twickenham functus est. Factionibus Conservativa et Liberali post Comitia anni 2010 ad gubernandum consociatis, Vincentius Cable a die 12 Maii 2010 usque ad 11 Maii 2015 fuit minister a negotio, primo ministro Davide Cameron.[1]

Comitiis nationalibus die 30 Martii 2015 ab electoribus circuli Twickenham eiectus est, victrice Tania Mathias, sed die 9 Iunii 2017 iterum electus est. Die 20 Iulii 2017 Vincentius Cable sine aemulo dux factionis liberalis democraticae factus est, eo officio a Timotheo Farron renuntiato.


Iacobus Straw et Vincentius Cable die 20 Iunii 2013 colloquentes
Aung San Suu Kyi et Vincentius Cable die 22 Iunii 2012 apud domum Chathamensem disputantes
  • The Storm: The World Economic Crisis and What it Means (Atlantic Books, 2009) ISBN 1-84887-057-4
  • The Orange Book: Reclaiming Liberalism edited by David Laws and Paul Marshall; contributions by Vincent Cable and others (Profile Books, 2004) ISBN 1-86197-797-2
  • Regulating Modern Capitalism (Centre for Reform Papers) (Centre for Reform, 2002) ISBN 1-902622-36-7
  • Commerce (Liberal Democrat Consultation Papers) (Liberal Democrat Publications, 2002) ISBN 1-85187-688-X
  • Globalization: Rules and Standards for the World Economy (Chatham House Papers) Vincent Cable, Albert Bressand (Thomson Learning, 2000) ISBN 1-85567-350-9
  • Globalisation & Global Governance (Thomson Learning, 1999) ISBN 0-8264-6169-7
  • Preparing for EMU: A Liberal Democrat Response (Centre for Reform Papers) Vincent Cable (Centre for Reform, 1999) ISBN 1-902622-06-5
  • China and India: Economic Reform and Global Integration Vincent Cable (Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1995) ISBN 1-899658-00-9
  • Global Superhighways: The Future of International Telecommunications Policy (International Economics Programme Special Paper) Vincent Cable, Catherine Distler (Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1995) ISBN 0-905031-97-0
  • The World's New Fissures Vincent Cable (Demos, 1995) ISBN 1-898309-35-3
  • Trade Blocs: The Future of Regional Integration edited by Vincent Cable and David Henderson (The Brookings Institution, 1994) ISBN 0-905031-81-4
  • Commerce of Culture: Experience of Indian Handicrafts, Vincent Cable (Lancer International, 1990) ISBN 81-7062-004-X
  • Developing with Foreign Investment edited by Vincent Cable and Bishnodat Persaud (Routledge, 1987) ISBN 0-7099-4825-5
  • Economics and the Politics of Protection: Some Case Studies of Industries (World Bank Staff Working Papers Number 569) Vincent Cable (World Bank, 1984) ISBN 0-8213-0199-3
  • Education and Social Action Programming for Cable: Conference Report edited by Vincent Thompson (Council for Educ. Technology, 1984) ISBN 0-86184-131-X
  • World Textile Trade and Production Trends Vincent Cable, Betsy Baker (Economist Intelligence Unit, 1983) ISBN 0-86218-084-8
  • Case Studies in Development Economics Vincent Cable (Heinemann Educ., 1982) ISBN 0-435-33937-0
  • The Role of Handicrafts Exports: Problems and Prospects Based on Indian Experience (ODI Working Paper) Vincent Cable (Overseas Development Institute, 1982) ISBN 0-85003-086-2
  • British Electronics and Competition with Newly Industrialising Countries Vincent Cable, Jeremy Clarke (Overseas Development Institute, 1981) ISBN 0-85003-076-5
  • Evaluation of the Multifibre Arrangement and Negotiating Options Vincent Cable (Commonwealth Secretariat, 1981) ISBN 0-85092-204-6
  • British Interests and Third World Development Vincent Cable (Overseas Development Institute, 1980) ISBN 0-85003-070-6
  • Britain's Pattern of Specialization in Manufactured Goods With Developing Countries and Trade Protection (World Bank Staff Working Paper No 425/8 Oct) Vincent Cable, Ivonia Rebelo (World Bank, 1980) ISBN 0-686-36204-7
  • World Textile Trade and Production Vincent Cable (Economist Intelligence Unit, 1979) ISBN 0-900351-85-3
  • South Asia's Exports to the EEC: Obstacles and Opportunities Vincent Cable, Ann Weston (Overseas Development Institute, 1979) ISBN 0-85003-068-4
  • World Textile Trade and Production Vincent Cable (Economist Intelligence Unit, 1979) ISBN B0000EGG8M
  • Import Controls: The Case Against Vincent Cable (Fabian Society, 1977) ISBN 0-7163-1335-9
  • Whither Kenyan Emigrants? Vincent Cable (Fabian Society, 1969) ISBN 0-7163-2018-5



Nexus externiRecensere

Consilium ministrorum Britannicum Davidis Cameron 2010–2016

Daniel Alexander (2010–2015) • Vincentius Cable (2010–2015) • Alun Cairns (2016) • David Cameron • Alexander Carmichael (2013–2015) • Gregorius Clark (2015–2016) • Kenethus Clarke (2010–2012) • Nicolaus Clegg (2010–2015) • Stephanus Crabb (2014–2016) • Eduardus Davey (2012–2015) • Ioannes Duncan Smith • Michael Fallon (2014–2016) • Gulielmus Fox (2010–2011) • Cheryl Gillan (2010–2012) • Michael Gove (2010–2014, 2015–2016) • Christophorus Grayling • Iustina Greening (2011–2016) • Gulielmus Hague (2010–2014) • Philippus Hammond • Ionathan Hill (2010–2014) • Christophorus Huhne (2010–2012) • Ieremias Hunt • Sajid Javid (2014–2016) • David Jones (2010–2014) • Andreas Lansley (2010–2012) • David Laws (2010) • Oliverius Letwin (2015–2016) • Patricius McLoughlin (2012–2016) • Theresa May • Maria Miller (2012-2014) • Andreas Mitchell (2010–2012) • Michael Moore (2010–2013) • Nicola Morgan (2014–2016) • David Mundell (2015–2016) • Georgius Osborne • Owen Paterson (2010–2014) • Ericus Pickles • Amber Rudd (2015–2016) • Grant Shapps (2010–2015) • Carolina Spelman (2010–2012) • Tina Stowell (2015–2016) • Thomas Strathclyde (2010–2013) • Elisabetha Truss (2014–2016) • Theresia Villiers (2012–2016) • Sayeeda Warsi (2010–2012) • Ioannes Whittingdale (2015–2016)

Ductores factionum politicarum Britannici
Camera Communium Regni Britanniarum

Theresa May (Factio Conservativa) • Ieremias Corbyn (Factio Laboris) • Vincentius Cable (Factio Liberalis Democratica) • Nigellus Dodds (Factio unionistarum democratica) • Ian Blackford (Factio Nationalis Scotica) • Elisabetha Saville Roberts (Factio Cambriae) • Carolina Lucas (Factio Viridis Angliae et Cambriae)

Parlamentum Scoticum

Nicola Sturgeon (Factio Nationalis Scotica) • Ricardus Leonard (Factio Laboris Scotica) • Ruth Davidson (Factio Conservativa Scotica) • Gulielmus Rennie (Factio Liberalis Democratica Scotica) • Patricius Harvie et Maggie Chapman (Factio Viridis Scotica)

Conventus Nationalis Cambriae

Marcus Drakeford (Factio Laboris Cambrica) • Andreas R. T. Davies (Factio Conservativa Cambrica) • Adam Price (Factio Cambriae) • Ioanna Dodds (Factio Liberalis Democratica Cambrica) • Neil Hamilton (Factio libertatis Britanniarum Regni)

Conventus Hiberniae Septentrionalis

Arlene Foster (Factio unionistarum democratica) • Michaela O'Neill (Nos ipsi) • Robin Swann (Factio Unionistarum Ultoniae) • Colum Eastwood (Factio Socialis Democratica et Laboris) • Naomi Long (Factio Foederis Hiberniae Septentrionalis) • Gerry Carroll (Populus ante Lucrum) • Stephanus Agnew (Factio Viridis Hiberniae Septentrionalis) • Iacobus Allister (Vox Traditionalis Ultoniae)