The editors are making progress through the backlog, and the third 2018 issue should appear quite soon.
There are changes to the Editorial Board and the inside cover has been updated. Sean Turnell has stepped down temporarily, and we thank him for his service. Readers will know that the irreplaceable Peter Groenewegen has died. However, we are pleased to welcome Ian McDonald of the University of Melbourne, Harry Bloch of Curtin University, and Nakazawa Nobuhiko (family name first) of Kansai University.
Some notable publications are reaching significant milestones. Commemorative pieces on the following would be appropriate, so please make us an offer:
1820 Malthus, Principles of Political Economy
1920 Fisher, Stabilizing the Dollar
1871 Jevons, Theory of Political Economy
1871 Menger, Principles of Economics
1871 J. S. Mill, Principles of Political Economy (the final edition)
1821 Ricardo, "On Machinery" (chapter added to 3rd ed. of Principles).
We thank Bob Dimand for these candidates. There may also be eligible works by Pigou. You are welcome to suggest others.
Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD, Australia
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|Author:||Brooke, Geoffrey; Littleboy, Bruce|
|Publication:||History of Economics Review|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2018|
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