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Overview of the History of Economic Thought Society of Australia

The History of Economic Thought Society was founded in 1981. It publishes the History of Economics Review, a refereed and ECONLIT listed biannual journal. The patron of HETSA is Mr Glenn Stevens, former Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia.

The society holds an annual conference.

The Barry Gordon Prize and the P.D.G. Gronewegen Prize are also awarded on an annual basis.

President: Dr Alex Millmow, Federation University

Hetsa Council: Advisory members

William Coleman, ANU
Tony Aspromourgos, University of Sydney
John Lodewijks, University of Western Sydney
Steve Kates, RMIT University

Editors, History of Economics Review: Geoff Brooke, Auckland University of Technology email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and Bruce Littleboy, University of Queensland, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Editorial Board:

Tony Aspromourgos (University of Sydney)
James Alvey (Massey University)
William Coleman (Australian National University)
Neil De Marchi (Duke University)
Robert Dimand (Brock University)
Tony Endres (University of Auckland)
Paul Flatau (Murdoch University)
Geoff Fishburn (University of New South Wales)
Craufurd Goodwin (Duke University)
Peter D. Groenewegen (University of Sydney)
Geoff Harcourt (Cambridge University)
Neil Hart (University of Western Sydney)
Susan Howson (University of Toronto)
Yukihiro Ikeda (Keio University)
Doug Irwin (Dartmouth College)
John E. King (La Trobe University)
Peter Kriesler (University of NSW)
Robert Leeson (University of Notre Dame Australia)
Bruce Littleboy (University of Queensland)
John Lodewijks (University of NSW)
Paul Oslington (Australian Catholic University)
Ray Petridis (University of Notre Dame Australia)
John Pullen (University of New England)
Colin Rogers (University of Adelaide)
Michael Schneider (La Trobe University)
Matthew Smith (University of Sydney)
Masazumi Wakatabe (Waseda University)
Michael White (Monash University)
Nobuhiko Nakazawa (Kansei University)
Harry Bloch (Curtin University)