Antoin Murphy
Fellow Emeritus, Economics

Biography

Antoin E. Murphy was a professor of economics at Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin. He was a visiting scholar at the Center for International Affairs at Harvard, the Institut d'Etude Demographiques in Paris, the Hoover Institution and the department of economics at Stanford University. His special interests are in macroeconomics, monetary economics and the history of monetary thought. He was one of the joint managing editors of the European History of Economic Thought. His books include the following: . Richard Cantillon : Entrepreneur and Economist (Oxford University Press, 1986) . John Law's Essay on a Land Bank (Editor) (Aeon Publishing, Dublin, 1994), pp. 112. . Monetary Theory 1601-1758, edited by Antoin E. Murphy (Routledge, London and New York, 1997). 6 volumes, pp. 353, 402, 389, 240, 332, 347. . John Law : Economic Theorist and Policymaker (Oxford University Press, 1997), pp. 391. . Richard Cantillon, le rival de Law (Hermann, Paris, 1997), pp. 248. . Du Tot - Histoire du Systeme de John Law (1716-1720) (I.N.E.D., Paris 2000)(Editor) . The Genesis of Macroeconomics (Oxford University Press,2008) . The Fall of the Celtic Tiger, co-author Donal Donovan ( Oxford University Press, 2013)

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Antoin E. Murphy, The Genesis of Macroeconomics New Ideas from Sir William Petty to Henry Thornton, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2008, 234pp Book, 2008

Murphy A.E., The Elements of Commerce Delineated in Aphorisms, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 14, (1), 2007, p1 - 24 Journal Article, 2007

Antoin E. Murphy, John Law Economiste et homme d'Etat, Brussels, Peter Lang, 2007, 447pp Book, 2007

John Law: Financial Innovator' in, editor(s)Geoffrey Poitras , Pioneers of Financial Economics Volume 1, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2006, pp100 - 116, [Murphy A.E.] Book Chapter, 2006

John Law and the Scottish Enlightenment in, editor(s)Alexander Dow and Sheila Dow , A History of Scottish Economic Thought, Routledge, 2006, pp9 - 26, [Murphy A.E.] Book Chapter, 2006

John Law et la gestion de la dette publique in, La dette publique dans l'histoire (Comité pour l'histoire économique et financière de la France sous la direction scientifique de Jean Andreau, Gérard Béaur et Jean-Yves Grenier), Paris, 2006, pp269 - 296, [Murphy A.E.] Book Chapter, 2006

Nicholas Du Tot and John Law in, editor(s)George Stathakis and Gianni Vaggi , Economic Development and Social Change Historical Roots and Modern Perspectives, Routledge, 2006, pp171 - 189, [Murphy A.E.] Book Chapter, 2006

'Corporate Ownership in France:The Importance of History' in, editor(s)Randall K. Morck , A History of Corporate Governance around the World, USA, University of Chicago Press, 2005, pp185 - 219, [Professor Antoin Murphy] Book Chapter, 2005

Murphy Antoin, 'Rejoinder to Skaggs' Treating schizophrenia: a comment on Antoin Murphy's diagnosis of Henry Thornton's theoretical condition, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 12, (2), 2005, p329 - 332 Journal Article, 2005

John Law in, editor(s)Goetzmann William N. and Geert Rouwenhorst , The Origins of Value The Financial Innovations that Created, Oxford University Press, 2005, pp225 - 238, [Murphy Antoine] Book Chapter, 2005

Antoin E. Murphy, John Law Okonom und Visionar, Dusseldorf, Verlag Wirtschaft und Finanzen, 2002, 432pp Book, 2002

Antoin E. Murphy, Du Tot - Histoire du SystÍme de John Law (1716-1720), Paris, I.N.E.D., 2000, 418pp Book, 2000

Antoin E. Murphy and Renee Prendergast, Contributions to the History of Economic Thought - Essays in honour of R.D.C. Black, London, Routledge, 2000, 349pp Book, 2000

Antoin E. Murphy, The Celtic Tiger - The Great Misnomer, MMI, 1998, 32pp Book, 1998

Antoin E. Murphy, Richard Cantillon, le rival de Law, Paris, Hermann, 1997, 248pp Book, 1997

Antoin E. Murphy, John Law : Economic Theorist and Policymaker, Oxford University Press, 1997, 391pp Book, 1997

Antoin E. Murphy, Monetary Theory 1601-1758, 6 volumes, London and New York, Routledge, 1997, 353, 402, 389, 240, 332, 347pp Book, 1997

Antoin E. Murphy, John Law's Essay on a Land Bank, Dublin, Aeon Publishing, 1994, 112pp Book, 1994

Antoin E. Murphy, The Irish Economy : Celtic Tiger or Tortoise?, Dublin, MMI, 1994, 22pp Book, 1994

Antoin E. Murphy, Richard Cantillon: Entrepreneur and Economist, 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press, 1989, 337pp Book, 1989

Antoin E. Murphy, Richard Cantillon: Entrepreneur and Economist, Oxford University Press, 1986, 337pp Book, 1986

Antoin E. Murphy, Economists and the Irish Economy, Irish Academic Press, 1984, 174pp Book, 1984

Antoin E. Murphy, Terence M. Ryan, Economics for Irish Students, Gill and Macmillan, 1979, 243pp Book, 1979

Research Expertise

Description

. Macroeconomic/monetary theory and policy from the eighteenth century to the present day. . European Monetary Union.

Recognition

Representations

Chairman of the Irish Hospice Foundation. 1992-1994

Founding director and vice-chairman of the Irish Hospice Foundation [director 1999] 1986-1992

Member of the Advisory Editorial Board of the European Management Journal (Pergamon Press). 1992-5

Joint Managing Editor of the European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, (Routledge). 1993 - ongoing

Member of the organising committee for the Quesnay Tri-Centenary Conference in Versailles. June 1994

Member of the organising committee for the Quesnay Conference at the Ecole Normale de Fontenay/St. Cloud. 1993

Irish representative to the British Association of University Teachers of Economics. 1972-1980

Organising secretary of the Irish Federation of University Teachers of Economics 1970-1979

Awards and Honours

Fellow of Trinity College Dublin; Chevalier de l'Ordre National du Mérite (France)

Memberships

Member of the British Money Study Group

Member of the Executive Committee of the European Society of the History of Economic Thought