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Murray C. KEMP

economist

Murray C. KEMP, economist in the field of International Trade Theory. Fellow, Econometric Society, 1964; Keynes Professor, University Essex, 8.

Background

KEMP, Murray C. was born in 1926 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Education

Bachelor of Commerce, Master of Arts University Melbourne, 1947,1949. Doctor of Philosophy Johns Hopkins University, 1955.

Career

Visiting Professor, Universities California Berkeley, 1969-1970, Paris, 1976-1977, Western Ontario, 1977. Research Professor of Economics, University New South Wales, Australia, since 1962.

Achievements

  • Fellow, Econometric Society, 1964. Keynes Professor, University Essex, 8.

Views

Contributed to the pure theory of international trade, to the economic theory relating to exhaustible resources and to the interrelationships between the two.