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Name Murphy, Antoin Eanna
College Address Economics,
Arts Building
Main Department Economics
College Title Adjunct Assistant Prof/Fellow Emeritus
E-mail antoin.murphy@tcd.ie
College Tel +353 1 896 1971
Web http://people.tcd.ie/aemurphy
 
Biography
Antoin E. Murphy is an associate professor in economics at Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin. He has been a visiting scholar at the Center for International Affairs at Harvard, the Institut d’Etude DÈmographiques 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 is 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 (Aeon Publishing, Dublin, 1994), pp. 112. • The Irish Economy : Celtic Tiger or Tortoise? (MMI, Dublin 1994), pp. 22. • 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 SystÍme de John Law (1716-1720) (I.N.E.D., Paris 2000)
 
Professional Qualifications
Qualification Institution Class of Degree Title of Dissertation Date Conferred
M.A. N.U.I., Dubl.    
Ph.D., Litt. D Dublin    
Barrister-at-Law King's Inns Dublin    
 
Representations
Details Date
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
 
Administrative Functions
Details Level Date From Date To
Tutor 1972 1982
Member of the Academic Council of Trinity College Dublin 1980 1984
Head of the Department of Economics 2000 2003
Departmental Coordinator of the European Dimension programmes involving Socrates exchanges and special credit transfer programmes with the EAP and HEC in Paris. 2000
Organiser of the British History of Economic Thought Conference held in Trinity College. September 6-8, 1996 Present
 
Membership of Professional Institutions, Associations, Societies
Details Date From Date To
Member of the British Money Study Group
Member of the Executive Committee of the European Society of the History of Economic Thought
 
Awards and Honours
Award Date
Fellow of Trinity College Dublin
 
Employment Details
Position Held Job Description Where Date From Date To
Associate Professor in Economics   Trinity College Dublin
Visiting Scholar at the Hoover Institution and the department of economics   Stanford University Spring/Summer 2000 Spring/Summer 2000
Visiting Scholar at the Center for International Affairs   Harvard University Summer, 1990 Summer, 1990
Visiting lecturer at the University of California   Santa Barbara 1975 1976
 
Description of Research Interests
• Macroeconomic/monetary theory and policy from the eighteenth century to the present day. • European Monetary Union.
 
Publications and Other Research Outputs
Peer Reviewed
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]
Murphy Antoine, '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
Antoin E. Murphy, Monetary Theory 1601-1758, 6 volumes, London and New York, Routledge, 1997, 353, 402, 389, 240, 332, 347pp
Antoin E. Murphy, John Law's Essay on a Land Bank, Dublin, Aeon Publishing, 1994, 112pp
Antoin E. Murphy, The Irish Economy : Celtic Tiger or Tortoise?, Dublin, MMI, 1994, 22pp
Antoin E. Murphy, Richard Cantillon: Entrepreneur and Economist, 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press, 1989, 337pp
Antoin E. Murphy, Richard Cantillon: Entrepreneur and Economist, Oxford University Press, 1986, 337pp
Notes: [(re-print 1989)]
Antoin E. Murphy, Economists and the Irish Economy, Irish Academic Press, 1984, 174pp
Antoin E. Murphy, Terence M. Ryan, Economics for Irish Students, Gill and Macmillan, 1979, 243pp
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Last updated: Nov 19 2012