Harcourt, Geoffrey Colin

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HARCOURT, Geoffrey Colin

HARCOURT, Geoffrey Colin. Australian, b. 1931. Genres: Economics. Career: University of Cambridge, University Lecturer in Economics and Politics, 1964-66, 1982-90, Fellow, Trinity Hall, 1964-66, Reader in the History of Economic Theory, 1990-98, Emeritus Reader in the History of Economic Theory, 1998-;Jesus College, Cambridge, Fellow, 1982-98, President, 1988-89, 1990-92, Emeritus Fellow, 1998-; Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Adelaide, 1988- (Lecturer to Professor, 1958-67). Joint Ed., Australian Economic Papers, 1967-82, and Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1983- (Associate Ed., 1976-82); Correspondent Ed., Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies, 1982-96; Academic Board, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 1978-; editorial board of many other journals and volume series. Publications: (with P.H. Karmel and R.H. Wallace) Economic Activity, 1967; Some Cambridge Controversies in the Theory of Capital, 1972; The Social Science Imperialists, 1982; Controversies in Political Economy, 1986; On Political Economists and Modern Political Economy, 1992; Post-Keynesian Essays in Biography, 1993; Capitalism, Socialism and Post-Keynesianism (essays), 1995; 50 Years a Keynesian and Other Essays, 2001; Selected Essays on Economic Policy, 2001. EDITOR: (with R.H. Parker) Readings in the Concept and Measurement of Income, 1969, 2nd ed. (with Parker and G. Whittington) 1986; (with N.F. Laing) Capital and Growth: Selected Readings, 1971; The Microeconomic Foundations of Macroeconomics, 1977; Keynes and His Contemporaries, 1985; (with J.S. Cohen) International Monetary Problems and Supply-Side Economics: Essays in Honour of Lorie Tarshis, 1986; (with M. Baranzini) The Dynamics of the Wealth of Nations: Growth, Distribution and Structural Change: Essays in Honour of Luigi Pasinetti; (with A. Roncaglia and R. Rowley) Income and Employment in Theory and Practice, 1994; (with P.A. Riach) A "Second Edition" of the General Theory, 1997; L' Economie Rebelle de Joan Robinson, 2001; (with H. Lim and U.K. Park) Editing Economics: Essays in Honour of Mark Perlman, 2002; (with P. Kerr) Joan Robinson: Critical Assessments of Leading Economists, 5 vols., 2002. Address: Jesus College, Cambridge CB5 8BL, England. Online address: [email protected]