JCIPP/ESA Curtin Corner: Creative Destruction and the Bumpy Road to Economic Growth
From: Friday March 2, 2018, 4:00 pm
To: Friday March 2, 2018, 5:30 pm
Creative Destruction and the Bumpy Road to Economic Growth: Schumpeter’s Relevance Today
Please see below the details for the upcoming ESA joint event with the John Curtin Institute of Public Policy featuring a presentation and book launch by Emeritus Professor Harry Bloch. The presentation is to be held on 2 March 2018 at Curtin University - Bentley Campus. Registration information and details are provided in the attached notice.
About the Speaker
Harry Bloch is currently John Curtin Distinguished Emeritus at Curtin University, having previously been Professor of Economics (1997 to 2012) and Dean for Research and Development (2012) in the Curtin Business School as well as founding director of Director of the Centre for Research in Applied Economics (2006 to 2009). Prior to joining Curtin, he held academic positions at the University of Tasmania, University of Denver, University of Manitoba, University of British Columbia and Illinois Institute of Technology. He has been co-editor (2000 to 2002) and editor (2002 to 2006) of the Economic Record. He is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, an Honorary Fellow of the Economic Society of Australia and received the Austin Holmes Award from the Economic Society of Australia (WA Branch) in 2016.
Harry’s research interests cover industrial economics, pricing behaviour, international trade, economic development, productivity growth, history of economic thought and price theory. Most recently he has been working on the development of an evolutionary alternative to neo-classical price theory. He has published over 100 academic journal articles, more than two dozen book chapters and edited two books. This Curtin Corner seminar will also be an opportunity to launch Harry’s new book, Schumpeter’s Price Theory, which has been recently published by Routledge.
If you are interested, click HERE to register!
Building 100, Level 3, Bentley WA 6102