Recent Publications & Conference Papers

cover-10.jpg (2004) [with A. Ringe and N. Rollings] Economic policy under the Conservatives, 1951?64: a guide to documents in the National Archives of the UK. London: Institute of Historical Research/National Archives. Pp. xxii + 328, ISBN 1871348935.

(2000) [with R.E. Backhouse] Exemplary economists: introducing economists of the twentieth century. Vols I: North America; II: Europe, Australasia and Asia. Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar. Pp. xxiii+450; xxiii+441. ISBN 1858989590; 1858989604.

(2004) ?Economists and economic growth in Britain, c.1955?65?, in L.A. Black and H. Pemberton (eds) An affluent society?: Britain?s postwar ?golden age? revisited. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 129?47.
(2003) ?Government and the economy, 1860?1939?, in R.C. Floud and P.A. Johnson (eds) The Cambridge economic history of modern Britain, vol. II: Economic maturity, 1860?1939. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 456?89.

B2. CONTRIBUTIONS TO ATLASES, DICTIONARIES AND ENCYCLOPAEDIAS(2009) Entry for ?Royal Economic Society?, in S. Durlauf and L. Blume (eds) The New Palgrave dictionary of economics, 2nd edn. London: Palgrave, forthcoming.
(2008) Entry for ?Laissez-faire? in P.N. Stearns (ed.) The Oxford encyclopedia of the modern world. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
(2008) Entry for ?Michio Morishima? in The Oxford dictionary of national biography, online edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press, in preparation.
(2006) Entry for ?Sir Charles Carter? in The Oxford dictionary of national biography, online edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [article 77032].

(2007) ?Economists, growth and welfare in the Keynesian era?, The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyuu), 58, forthcoming].

(2006) ?The political economy of decline? [review of G.K. Fry, The politics of decline (2005); T. Geiger, Britain and the economic problem of the cold war (2004); and K. Hickson, The IMF crisis of 1976 and British politics (2005); R.C. Michie and P. Williamson, eds., The British government and the city of London in the twentieth century (2004); and N. Woodward, The management of the British economy, 1945-2001 (2004);], Journal of Contemporary History, 41 (3), pp. 573?86.
(2004) ?W(h)ither economic history? or economic history is what economic historians do: a review of the Oxford encyclopedia of economic history?, Business History, 46 (3), pp. 461?73

O?Brien, D.P. (2007) History of economic thought as an intellectual discipline. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 30, forthcoming]
Green, E.H.H. and Tanner, D. (eds) (2007) The strange survival of liberal England: political leaders, moral values and the reception of economic debate. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 50, forthcoming].
Garnett, M. (2007) From anger to apathy: the British experience since 1975. London: Jonathan Cape. [Times Higher Education Supplement, forthcoming]
Samuelson, P.A. and W.A. Barnett (eds) (2006) Inside the economist?s mind: conversations with eminent economists. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. [Economic History Review, 60 (4), forthcoming].
O?Hara, G. (2006) From dreams to disillusionment: economic and social planning in 1960s Britain. London: Palgrave Macmillan. [Business History, 49, forthcoming].

Edgerton, D.E.H. (2005) Warfare state: Britain, 1920-1970. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 48 (4), pp. 581-2].
Maloney, J. (2005) The political economy of Robert Lowe. London: Palgrave. [Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 28 (4), pp. 504-7].
Green, E.H.H. (2005) Thatcher. London: Hodder Arnold. [‘The mother of New Labour?, Times Higher Education Supplement, 1758, 1 September, p. 29].
Addison, P. and Jones, H. (eds) (2005) A companion to contemporary Britain, 1939-2000. Oxford: Blackwell. [Business History, 48 (3), pp. 431-2].
Reisman, D. (2004) Schumpeter?s market: enterprise and evolution. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Enterprise & Society, 7 (1), pp. 172-4].
Michie, R.C. and Williamson, P.A. (eds) (2004) The British government and the City of London in the twentieth century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 48 (1), pp. 131-2].

?Economists, growth and welfare during the Keynesian era?, Fourth International Conference on the Cambridge School of Economics, ?Welfare economics and the welfare state?, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, 26-27 February 2005.

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