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Ivor Frank PEARCE

economist

Ivor Frank PEARCE, economist in the field of Econometric Models; International Economy. Fellow, Econometric Society; Council Member, Institute of Economic Affairs, United Kingdom, London, since 1979.

Background

PEARCE, Ivor Frank was born in 1926 in Bristol, Avon, England.

Education

Bachelor of Arts University Bristol, 1949. Doctor of Philosophy University Nottingham, 1953.

Career

Visiting Professor, University Pennsylvania, 1965, 1969, University California, 1972, 1980, Institute, Institution Advanced Studies, American National University, 1972, St Hilda’s College, Melbourne, 1977-1978. Professor of Economics, University Southampton, Southampton, Hampshire, England, since 1961.

Achievements

  • Fellow, Econometric Society. Council Member, Institute of Economic Affairs, United Kingdom, London, since 1979.

Views

International balance of payments and money market theory. The theory of value in international trade. The theory of capital and economic growth.

General equilibrium and income distribution theory. The theory of consumer behaviour. The theory and practice of large-scale econometric model-building.

The theory and measurement of social welfare, and the mathematisation of economics.