Papers of A.W. Phillips, economist. This collection consists of BillPhillip's surviving lectures, lecture notes and draft unpublished articles,notes and calculations on economics, including the Chinese economy. There isalso a published memoir by his sister.
PHILLIPS ALBAN WILLIAM HOUSEGO 1914 -1975 ECONOMIST
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- Dates of Creation1960-1993
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
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Professor Alban William Housego Phillips 1914 - 1975.
Professor Phillips was educated in New Zealand state schools and the LondonSchool of Economics and Political Science. He obtained various posts in electrical engineering from 1930 - 1940 and served in the Royal Air Force(Technical Branch) 1940 - 1946 as Armament Officer at Kollang in Singapore.During the evacuation of the RAF from Singapore in 1942 he was captured andspent the remainder of the war as a Japanese POW in Indonesia.
He became Assistant Lecturer in Economics at the LSE, 1950 - 1951, Lecturerin Economics 1951 - 1954, Reader in Economics at the University of London,1954 - 1958 and Tooke Professor of Economic Science and Statistics at theUniversity of London 1958 - 1967. He was the Professor of Economics in theAustralian National University 1967 - 1970.
His publications include:
- Dynamic models in economics (1953)
- Employment, inflation and growth: an inaugural lecture. 28 November, 1961(1962)
- Stability and inflation: a volume of essays to honour the memory of AWHPhillips (1978) edited by A.R. Bergstrom
- AWH Phillips: collected works in contemporary perspective 1914 - 1975(2000) edited by Robert Leeson
The material has been arranged in four sections.
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