HETSAHistory of Economic Thought Society of Australia
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The idea emerged during discussions between Ray Petridis and John Wood in Perth after Ray had returned from a HET conference in Britain; the first HETSA conference was to have been held in Perth, until John Wood moved to Armidale.
Schneider: Although I have been a member of the Editorial Board of History of Economics Review since its first incarnation as HETSA Newsletter, I have little to add to Peter Groenewegen's summary of its history in the journal itself (Groenewegen 2006), except that the idea emerged from the first conference (I cannot recall who was the first to propose it), that the Editor of the first issue of HETSA Newsletter was John Wood, that he was succeeded by John Pullen, who became editor after the name was changed to HETSA Bulletin, until 1990, when the name was changed again, to History of Economics Review, with John Lodewyks as editor of what quickly became known as a pre-eminent history of economic thought journal.
Writing this book involved a switch from history of economic thought to economics, though I began work on the book by presenting a paper at the 1997 HETSA conference at Notre Dame, Fremantle, entitled 'Economists on the Distribution of Wealth, 1776-1931', and later presented a book-related paper at the 2000 HETSA conference at the University of Sydney entitled 'Measuring Inequality: the Discovery of the Lorenz Curve and the Gini Coefficient'.
Including, HETSA Prizes and Reflections on the early history of HETSA (Groenewegen, King, Harcourt)
This remains the only HETSA conference of which there is a record not only of the papers but also of the entire discussion (see HETSA Bulletin No.
Michael has participated in nearly all of the subsequent twenty-four HETSA conferences (he was usually on study leave if absent).
Together they organised a HETSA conference in 2003.
Like the other distinguished fellows of HETSA, John King generously fulfils a pastoral role of helping early career researchers who ply him with drafts of articles for comment and advice.
We have been drip-fed its contents for a decade with a parade of sound articles by Millmow in the History of Economics Review (and elsewhere) and conference papers delivered (with his typical verve) at local HETSA meetings; earlier manifestations of the narrative circulated freely for some time via the now ubiquitous web-link; and the PhD manuscript on which the book is based won the 2005 bi-annual HETSA prize for best doctoral dissertation.
of Old Behaviourial Economics Annual General Meeting of HETSA
The HETSA conference reception will be held on the evening of Wednesday evening, 3 July.
All members of HETSA, especially the younger members of our Society, are encouraged to present their research at this conference; but the conference is not limited to HETSA members.