Lloyd, P(eter) J(ohn) 1937-
LLOYD, P(eter) J(ohn) 1937-
PERSONAL: Born June 20, 1937, in Manaia, New Zealand; son of Alfred Henry and May (McLeod) Lloyd; married Elizabeth Wallace Jones, December 21, 1965; children: Alison Jane Cui, Caroline May, Natalie Joy. Education: Victoria University of Wellington, B.A., 1958, M.A. (with first class honors), 1959; Duke University, Ph.D., 1962. Hobbies and other interests: Bush walking, fishing.
ADDRESSES: Home—6 McEvoy St., Kew, Victoria 3101, Australia. Office—Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Commerce, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria 3010, Australia; fax: 61-03-844-6899. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: New Zealand Department of Statistics, research officer, 1959; Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, lecturer, 1962-64, senior lecturer, 1964-65; Michigan State University, East Lansing, assistant professor, 1965-68, associate professor of economics, 1969; Australian National University, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, senior research fellow, 1969, senior fellow, 1970-81, professorial fellow, 1981-83, faculty chair of Research School of Pacific Studies, 1976, 1977; University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia, professor, 1983—, Ritchie Professor of Economics, 1995—, dean of Faculty of Economics and Commerce, 1988-93, director of Asian Business Centre, 1994-96, and Asian Economics Centre, 1997-99, acting director of Centre of Financial Studies, 2000-01. Australian-Japan Research Centre, member of research committee, 1986-88; University of Reading, member of editorial board of Trade Policy Research Centre, 1993-94. State of Victoria, Australia, member of Fulbright selection committee, 1990—. Australian Manufacturing Council, member, 1984-86; Industries Assistance Commission, associate commissioner, 1985-91; Australian Aid advisory council, member, 1998-2001; consultant to General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, World Trade Organization, World Bank, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and U.N. Conference on Trade and Development.
MEMBER: Australian Academy of the Social Sciences (fellow), Economic Society of Australia.
AWARDS, HONORS: Silver Award, Review of International Economics, 1995; Economics Award, New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, 2002; grants from Australian Research Council.
International Trade Problems of Small Nations, Duke University Press (Durham, NC), 1968.
(With Herbert Grubel) Intra-Industry Trade, Macmillan (New York, NY), 1974.
(With Kerrin Vautier) International Trade and Competition Policy: CER, APEC, and the WTO, Institute of Policy Studies (Wellington, New Zealand), 1997.
International Trade Opening and the Formation of the Global Economy: Selected Essays, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 1999.
(With Kerrin Vautier) Promoting Competition in Global Markets: A Multi-national Approach, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 1999.
Intra-Industry Trade: Critical Writings in Economics, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2002.
Author of research monographs for New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, New Zealand Planning Council, and other organizations. Contributor to books, including New Silk Roads: East Asia and World Textile Markets, edited by K. Anderson, Cambridge University Press (New York, NY), 1992; Development, Trade, and the Asia-Pacific: Essays in Honour of Lim Chong Yah, edited by B. Kapur, E. Quah, and Hoon Hian Teck, Prentice-Hall (Englewood Cliffs, NJ), 1996; Business, Markets, and Governments in Asia and the Pacific, edited by Rong-I Wu, Routledge (New York, NY), 1998; APEC: Challenges and Tasks for the Twenty-first Century, edited by Ippei Yamazawa, Routledge, NY), 2000; and Global Production and Trade in East Asia, edited by Leonard K. Cheng and Henryk Kierzkowski, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001. Contributor to professional journals, including European Economic Review, Applied Economics, World Economy, Asian Development Review, Review of International Economics, History of Political Economy, European Journal of Political Economy, World Trade Review, Journal of Policy Modeling, and Asia-Pacific Economic Literature.
(And contributor) Mineral Economics in Australia, Allen & Unwin (Sydney, Australia), 1984.
(With Luigi Pasinetti) Structural Change, Economic Interdependence, and World Development, Macmillan (New York, NY), 1986.
(With Lim Chong-Yah; and contributor) Singapore: Resources and Growth, Oxford University Press (New York, NY), 1986.
(With Stephen King) Economic Rationalism: Dead End or Way Forward?, Allen & Unwin (Sydney, Australia), 1993.
(With Lynne Williams; and contributor) International Trade and Migration in the APEC Region, Oxford University Press (New York, NY), 1996.
(With Xiao-guang Zhang) China in the Global Economy, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2000.
(With Xiao-guang Zhang; and contributor) Models of the Chinese Economy, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2001.
(With Hyun-hoon Lee) Frontiers of Research in Intra-Industry Trade, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2002.
(With Herbert G. Grubel) Intra-Industry Trade, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2003.
Coeditor, Economic Record, 1977-82; corresponding editor, Journal of Asian Economics, 1994—; associate editor, Australian Economic Review, 1985—; coeditor of "Global Policy Review" edition of World Economy, 1998-2002; member of editorial board, Singapore Economic Review, 1994-95, and Review of Development Economics, 1999—; advisory editor, Journal of the Korean Economy, 2000—; member of editorial advisory council, Pacific Economic Review, 1997—.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Research on international trade theory and empirical research.
SIDELIGHTS: P. J. Lloyd told CA: "I write a lot because I am passionate about research in economics. That is what I most like to do at work. To me economics is a discipline that has a lot to say about the problems of managing economies, in both developed and developing countries. I have always believed that the only justification for the logic of economic theory is to enlighten us about real-world markets and real-world economies and, conversely, that the analysis of these real-world problems requires the logic and power of economic theory. Hence, I have tried throughout my career to combine work on economic theory and applied policy-oriented work. My specialization has been international economics, and this is rooted in microeconomic and general equilibrium theory.
"When it comes to the process of writing, I have never had difficulty putting pen to paper (as it were, in the age of desk computers). Typically I have thought about some policy problem and the relevant economic models, worked out some ideas and equations on paper, and just sat down to write at the keyboard."
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
New Zealand Economic Papers, December, 1997, Martin Richardson, review of International Trade and Competition Policy: CER, APEC, and the WTO, p. 229.