Draft Program

TUESDAY

8.00-830             Registration

8.30 -8.45            Introduction

8.45-10.15

Adam Smith in the Australian Colonies

An Australian Echo of Speehamland

The Economists and New Zealand Population: Problems and Policies

 

10.15-10.35                   Morning Tea

10.35-12.05

The Separation of Political Economy from Theology in 19th c Britain

John Malcolm Ludlow, Christian Socialism and Economic Thought

Methodological Implications of Thorstein Veblen’s Theory of Human Nature: Why Should We Modify the Concept of “Economic Man”?

 

12.05-1.00           Lunch

[The HETSA AGM will take place 12.20-1.00]

 

 

1.00-3.05

Classical Economic Theory Explained

Marx@200

The Educational Thought of N.W. Senior: The Relationship of The Poor Law Amendment Act and Education

Trades Unions, Bargaining Theory, and Classical Economics: Mill’s ‘Double Recantation’ and the Role of Prudence and Social Duty

Cuckoos in the nest? Section F of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1835 – 1890

 

3.05-3.30  Tea

3.30-4.30

Schumpeter on Money, Credit and the Price Level

“It is Pronounced Oiler” and other Misconceptions Arising from Deploying Euler’s Homogenous Function Theorem to Prove Product Exhaustion

 

4.30-5.30  Journey among the Catallaticists

5.30-6.30 [Nothing scheduled]

6.30-7.00  OPH Members Bar

7.00-9.30  Dinner OPH

 

WEDNESDAY

8.30-10.15

Charles Wickens: the Commonwealth’s second statistician and first economist

Edward Dyason, the ‘Businessman Ideologue’ and His Sojourn with the Economists, 1914-1939

L.F. Giblin’s movements from 1890 to 1909

 

Richard Downing’s public advocacy for reforms to pensions and superannuation

 

10.15-10.35                   Morning Tea

10.35-12.05

Keynes, Public Debt and the Complex of Interest Rates  Dynamics and Statics in Keynes’ Mature Economics

John Maynard Keynes, Joan Robinson and the Prospect Theory Approach to Wage Determination

Integrating Statics and Dynamics in Keynes’ Economics

 

12.05-1.00           Lunch

 

[The History of Economics Review Editorial Board will meet 12.20-1.00]

 

  

1.00-3.05  

Keynes’s Influence on the Design of the Australian Monetary Policy Framework

The Coming of Keynesianism to Australia

Robert Menzies and Economic Liberalism

Trevor Swan in India

John Crawford, Development Economics and India

 

3.05-3.30            Tea

3.30-4.30

If you build it, they will come: communicating infrastructures and the development of Australia’s economic history field

Writing a history of Australasian economic thought

 

4.30-5.30    Hayek’s Intellectual Development: Is it Relevant to Today’s Problem-Situation?