Howard R. Vane


Howard R. Vane is Professor of Economics at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK. His main research interests lie in the area of macroeconomics (in particular the origins, development and current state of macroeconomics) and his work in this field has been translated and published in Bulgarian, Chinese, French, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Polish. He has co-authored/edited fifteen books and has had articles published in a wide range of journals including: American Economist; Journal of Economic Methodology; Journal of Economic Perspectives; Journal of Economic Studies; Journal of Macroeconomics; and World Economy. His most recent books include: (with Mark Blaug) Who’s Who in Economics (Edward Elgar, 2003); (with Brian Snowdon) Modern Macroeconomics: Its Origins, Development and Current State (Edward Elgar, 2005); and (with Chris Mulhearn) The Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics: An Introduction to Their Careers and Main Published Works (Edward Elgar, 2005).



Papers Published in World Economics:

     Milton Friedman, 1912–2006
     The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics
     James Tobin, 1918–2002