John B. Condliffe, Australian economist. Decorated honorary knight commander Order St. Michael and St. George; recipient Henry E. Howland Memorial prize, Yale University, 1939; Wendell Willkie prize, 1950; Sir James Wattie prize, 1972. Decorated Gold Cross Order of Phoenix (Greece). member League of Nations Secretariat, 1931-1937; Member Royal Economics Society, American Economics Association, Economics Society Australia and New Zealand.
Professor economics Canterbury College, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1920-1926. Research secretary Institute Pacific Relations, 1927-1930. Professor economics University of Michigan, 1930-1931.
Member League of Nations Secretariat, 1931-1937. Professor commerce U. London, 1937-1939. Professor economics University of California, 1940-1958, also director teaching Institute of Economics, 1947-1952.
Consultant Reserve Bank of New Zealand, 1957. Associate director, Division of History and Economics, Carnegie Endowment, 1943-1948. Senior economist Stanford Research Institute, 1961-1967.
Rapporteur-general International Studies Conference, 1937-1939. Chairman Geneva Research Center, 1937-1939. Chairman international research committee Institute of Pacific Relations, 1942-1945.
Adviser Indian National Council Applied Economics Research, 1959-1960.