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Jonathan James PINCUS

Jonathan James PINCUS, economist in the field of Commercial Policy; Public Choice; Oceanic Economic History. Fulbright Travel Award, 1965; Canada Council Dissertation Award, 1970; Nevins Prize, 1972-1973; Columbia University Executive Council, Australian Economics Hist Association, 82.


  • PINCUS, Jonathan James was born in 1939 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts University Queensland, 1964. Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy Stanford University, 1970, 1972.


    • Senior Tutor, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 1964-1965. Institute, Institution, Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University, Canada, 1969-1972. Research Fellow, American National University, 4.

      Consultant, Industries Assistance Committee, Canberra, 1974. Priorities Review Staff, Canberra, 1974-1975. Visiting Association Professor, Stanford University, 1976.

      Visiting Research Association, Visiting Professor, Public Choice Center, Virginia, 1980-1981, 1982-1983. Visiting Fellow, Centre Policy Studies, Monash University, 1980-1981, 1983-1984. Fellow, Institute, Institution Advanced Studies, American National University, Canberra, Australia, .

      Editorial Boards, Australian Economics History Review, 1977-1982. Explorations Economics History, 1978-1984.

    Major achievements

    • Fulbright Travel Award, 1965. Canada Council Dissertation Award, 1970. Nevins Prize, 1972-1973.

      Columbia University Executive Council, Australian Economics Hist Association, 82.



    Helped start the rush towards empirical models of public intervention with a study of import tariff-setting that developed the economic analysis of group behaviour within a specific historical, political and institutional setting.

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