Professor Gregory C. G. Moore
B.Ec., Hon.Ec, M.Ec, PhD.
Professor

Email: greg.moore@nd.edu.au
Phone: 9433 0914

Biography
Professor Gregory Moore has published in a range of international economic journals including: History of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Surveys, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Journal of Economic Methodology, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, and History of Economics Review. He was also co-editor of the History of Economics Review from 2007 to 2011.

He is the recipient of the WEG Salter Prize (University of Western Australia), the HETSA Award for the Best PhD in the History of Economic Thought in Australasia, and the 2011 Groenewegen Prize for the best article to appear in the History of Economics Review over the period 2009-10. He taught at Duke University in 2001 as a visiting fellow.

Professor Moore’s research interests include the history of economic thought, economics of financial crises, mathematical economics, money and banking and public provision of art. His main interest, however, is teaching at an undergraduate level and, with this end in mind, he hosts an annual conference for undergraduates studying economics and finance entitled Freedom to Choose (FTC). Undergraduates from the five Western Australian universities are encouraged to apply to attend this conference. See the following links to previous FTC conferences: FTC 2010, FTC 2011, FTC 2012, FTC 2013, FTC 2014, FTC 2015.
Teaching Areas
Economics, History of Thought, Mathematical Economics.
Research Expertise and Supervision
Professor Moore’s research interests include the history of economic thought, economics of financial crises, mathematical economics, money and banking and public provision of art.

 

Research and engagement

Books
Moore, G. C. G. (editor). 2014. The Open Society and its Enemies in East Asia. Abingdon. Routledge.
Book Chapters
  • Moore, G.C.G. 2004. “Sir Leslie Stephen”. In Donald Rutherford (general editor) Biographical Dictionary of British Economists. Thommes Press.
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2007. “Elkington” Australian Biographical Dictionary of Australian and New Zealand Economists. Edward Elgar
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2007. “Hackett, John Wintrohop”. Australian Biographical Dictionary of Australian and New Zealand Economists. Edward Elgar
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2007. “Hearn, William Edward”. Australian Biographical Dictionary of Australian and New Zealand Economists. Edward Elgar
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2007. “Mirrams” Australian Biographical Dictionary of Australian and New Zealand Economists. Edward Elgar
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2007. “Syme, David” Australian Biographical Dictionary of Australian and New Zealand Economists. Edward Elgar
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2014. “Prefatory Remarks. The Context for the Open Society and its Enemies in East Asia.” In The Open Society and its Enemies in East Asia. Abingdon. Routledge. pp.1-13.
Journal Articles and Proceedings
Ten selected articles
  • Moore G.C.G. 1995. “The Role of Cliffe Leslie in the Early Stages of the English Methodenstreit”. Journal of the History of Economic Thought. 17. Spring. pp 57-77.
  • Moore G.C.G. 1996a. “The Practical Economics of Walter Bagehot”. Journal of the History of Economic Thought. 18. Fall. pp 1-21.
  • Moore, G.C.G. 1999a. “John Kells Ingram, the Comtean Movement, and the English Methodenstreti”. History of Political Economy. 31.1. pp 53-78.
  • Moore, G.C.G. 1999b. “Solutions to the Moral Hazard Problem Arising from the Lender of Last Resort”. Journal of Economic Surveys. 13.4. pp 443-76.
  • Moore, G.C.G. 2000b. “Ingram Versus Nicholson on the History of Political Economy and a Charge of Plagiarism”. Journal of the History of Economic Thought. 22.4. pp 433-460.
  • Moore, G.C.G. 2003c. “Ashley’s The Tariff Problem: A Centenary Appraisal”. History of Economics Review. 38 (Summer). pp 53-68.
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2005a. “Evangelical Aesthete: Ruskin and the Public Provision of Art”. History of Political Economy. 37. (3). pp 483-508.
  • Moore, G.C.G. 2006. “The Cambridge Millites and the Early Economic Writings of Leslie Stephen”. History of Political Economy. 38. (4). pp 572-615.
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2011a. “The Anglo-Irish Context for William Edward Hearn’s Economic Beliefs and Ultimate Failure of his Plutology”. European Journal of History of Economic Thought. 18. 1. pp 19-54. (Electronic 2009; Hard copy 2011).
  • Moore, G. C. G. 2011b. “The Campaign to Arrest Ed Shann’s Influence in Western Australia”. History of Economics Review. 54 (Summer). pp 14-44.