Moore, G. C.
The failure of historians to engage with recent economic thought: The case of Millmow.
History of Economics Review, 69 (1), 22-43.
The narrative that follows is a review essay of Alex Millmow’s A History of Australasian Economic Thought (2017). The chief finding is that Millmow fails to devote sufficient attention to the history of economic theory in the last decades of the twentieth century because of his preoccupation with the history of economic policy. This is demonstrated, in part, by considering the extent to which Millmow appraises the work of those prominent modern economists who are identified in an informal survey of ten respondents.
“A History of Australasian Economic Thought”, HAET, historiography