A. W. H. Phillips: Collected Works in Contemporary by Robert Leeson

By Robert Leeson

Almost all of latest macroeconomics is underpinned by way of a Phillips curve of 1 type or one other, and this quantity collects for the 1st time the key works of 1 of the nice economists. as well as twelve important items, twenty-nine economists together with Lawrence Klein, James Meade, Thomas Sargent, Peter Phillips, David Hendry, William Baumol, Richard Lipsey and Geoffrey Harcourt spotlight and interpret Phillips' ongoing effect. This quantity additionally includes six of Phillips' formerly unpublished essays, 4 of which have been lengthy proposal to were misplaced.

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Perhaps Phillips has seen too many real wartime villains to pretend to see `stage villains' among those who formed different judgements about economic policy: `It is almost as if the villain without is a Siamese twin of all that is wrong within ourselves. The only sure way to rid life of villains, I believed, after years of thinking about it in prison, was to rid ourselves ®rst of the villain within . . ' (van der Post 1985, 152±3). Perhaps Phillips had, like Dunlop, concluded that it was disharmony among the prisoners which caused the most unhappiness during his incarceration: `I left this melancholy affair in almost the lowest frame of mind imaginable' (1990, 17, 19, 105, 108).

He was amazed at the speed with which it had been taken over and also at the uses to which it had been put, and he was not at all sure, by 1966, about the desirability of such uses. 7 The Festschrift Brian Silverstone On the afternoon of 18 November 1974, a small group of us joined Bill and Valda Phillips in their New Zealand home in Auckland for a joint celebration. It was the occasion of Bill's sixtieth birthday. It was also the occasion when a collection of essays by former colleagues and students ± a festschrift ± was presented to Professor Phillips.

Van der Post 1985, 152±3). Perhaps Phillips had, like Dunlop, concluded that it was disharmony among the prisoners which caused the most unhappiness during his incarceration: `I left this melancholy affair in almost the lowest frame of mind imaginable' (1990, 17, 19, 105, 108). 21 In 1962±3 the Phillips's lived next to the Boston air®elds, close to MIT. The experience of the Cuban missile crisis and the Suez episode left Phillips despairing of politicians (conversation with Valda Phillips).

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