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Jonathan James PINCUS

economist

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.

Background

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.

Career

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.

Achievements

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

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

Works

Views

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.