CV (September 2011) I. Personal Data. II. Earned Degrees. III. Academic Appointments IV. Visiting Appointments V. - VI. Distinctions VII. Research Funding VIII. Editorial and Academic Functions IX. Publications: Books X. Publications: Articles, Chapters, Notes XI. Publications: Shorter Reviews    

XI. Publications: Shorter Reviews

1. B. Seligman, Main Currents in Modern Economics: Economic Thought since 1870 (New York: Free Press), in Journal of Political Economy, LXXI, December 1963, 611.

2. James Mill: Selected Economic Writings, D. Winch ed. (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd), in The J.S. Mill News Letter, II, Spring 1967, 16-17.

3. G.L.S. Shackle, The Years of High Theory: Invention and Tradition in Economic Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), in Canadian Journal of Economics, I, November 1968, 846-8 (erroneously attributed by CJE to Karl F. Helleiner).

4. J. Gilchrist, The Church and Economic Activity in the Middle Ages (London: Macmillan), in Canadian Journal of Economics, III, August 1970, 522-4.

5. Pedro Schwartz, The new political economy of J.S. Mill (Durham: Duke University Press), in Journal of Economic Literature, XI, December 1973, 1374-6.

6. Robert V. Eagly, The Structure of Classical Economic Theory (Oxford: Oxford University Press), in The Times Literary Supplement, August 1 1975, 870.

7. Thomas Sowell, Classical Economics Reconsidered (Princeton: Princeton University Press), in Journal of Political Economy, LXXXIV, August 1976, 899-902.

8. Barry Gordon, Economic Analysis Before Adam Smith (London: Macmillan), in Canadian Journal of Economics, X, February 1977, 170-3.

9. L.S. Moss, Mountifort Longfield: Ireland's first professor of political economy (Ottawa, Illinois: Green Hill), in Canadian Journal of Economics, XI, May 1978, 378-80.

10. Donald Winch, Adam Smith's politics: An essay in historiographic revision (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), in Journal of Economic Literature, XVII, June 1979, 542-5.

11. Alessandro Roncaglia, Sraffa and the Theory of Prices (New York: John Wiley), in History of Political Economy, XI, Fall 1979, 454-8.

12. Frank Fetter, The Economist in Parliament: 1780-1868 (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press), in Victorian Studies Newsletter, 1982, XXV, 505-7.

13. Walter Eltis, The Classical Theory of Economic Growth (London: Macmillan), in Economic Journal, 95, March 1985, 234-5.

14. Margaret G. O'Donnell, The Educational Thought of the Classical Political Economists (Lanham: University Press of America), in Journal of Economic History, 46, December 1986, 1105-6.

15. T.R. Malthus, Works, E.A. Wrigley and David Souden, eds., 8 volumes (London: Pickering), in Journal of Economic History, 48, December 1988, 987-9.

16. D.C. Coleman, History and the Economic Past: An Account of the Rise and Fall of Economic History in Britain (New York and Oxford: The Clarendon Press), in Albion, 21, Fall 1989, 525-7.

17. Foreword to Helen Boss, Theories of Surplus and Transfer (Boston: Unwin Hyman), 1990, xiii-xv.

18. David Ricardo, Notes on Malthus's 'Measure of Value', ed. P.L. Porta (Cambridge: CUP), in Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 15, 1993, 322-5.

19. M. Milgate and S.C. Stimson, Ricardian Politics (Princeton: Princeton University Press), in Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 16, 1994, 159-61.

20. John Vint, Capital and Wages: A Lakatosian History of the Wages Fund Doctrine (Aldershot: Edward Elgar), in European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2, Autumn 1995, pp. 501-3.

21. Ian S. Ross, The Life of Adam Smith (Oxford: Clarendon Press), in Journal of Economic Literature, 35, June 1997, pp. 771-3.

22. Jean-Baptiste Say: Nouveaux Regards sur son Oeuvre, J. P. Potier and A. Tiran eds. (Paris: Economica); in History of Political Economy, 36, Summer 2004, pp. 405-7.

23. T.R. Malthus: The Unpublished Papers in the Collection of Kanto Gakuen University, eds. John Pullen and T.H. Parry, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press; archived in http://www.eh.net/bookreviews/title.php (March 2005).

24. Two Hundred Years of Say's Law: Essays on Economic Theory's Most Controversial Principle, S. Kates ed. (Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar); in History of Political Economy, 37, Summer 2005, pp. 382-5.

25. Jean-Baptiste Say: Influences, critique et postérité. Études réunies par André Tiran. Paris: Éditions Classiques Garnier; in History of Political Economy, 45, 2013, pp. 706-9.

26. Hayek, Mill, and the Liberal Tradition, A. Farrant ed. (London and New York: Routledge), in Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 36, March 2014, pp. 115-8.

27. Gilles Jacoud, Money and Banking in Jean-Baptiste Say's Economic Thought, London and New York: Routledge; in History of Political Economy, 46, Fall 2014, pp. 542-4.