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Prof Howard Vane

Prof Howard Vane

Telephone: 0151 231 3444


Howard R. Vane is Emeritus Professor of Economics in the Liverpool Business School at Liverpool John Moores University where he taught from 1973 to 2010. He is a graduate of Liverpool University and has an MA(Econ) from Manchester University.

His main teaching and 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, Mongolian, Polish and Turkish. He has co-authored/co-edited thirty books and has had articles published in a wide range of journals including the American Economist, Economics and Business Education, Journal of Economic Methodology, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Journal of Economic Studies, Journal of Macroeconomics, World Economics and World Economy.



Mulhearn CJ, Vane HR. 2015. Economics for Business 3rd edition 978-1-137-42922-3

Vane HR, Mulhearn C. 2005. The nobel memorial laureates in economics: An introduction to their careers and main published works

vane H. The Pioneering Papers of the Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics, Volume 14: Ragnar A.K. Frisch, Jan Tinbergen and Lawrence R. Klein Mulhearn CJ.

Journal Articles

Vane HR. 2010. Franco Modigliani: A Mind That Never Rests. HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, 42 :401-402 >DOI >Link

Vane HR, Mulhearn C. 2009. Interview with Edmund S. Phelps JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES, 23 :109-124 >DOI >Link

Mulhearn C, Vane HR. 2007. The UK and the Euro: Debating the British decision Tarsadalom as Gazdasag, 29 :1-21 >DOI

Vane HR, Mulhearn C. 2006. Interview with Robert A. Mundell JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES, 20 :89-110 >DOI >Link

Mulhearn C, Vane HR. 2005. The UK and the euro: Debating the British decision WORLD ECONOMY, 28 :243-258 >DOI >Link

Snowdon B, Vane HR. 1996. The development of modern macroeconomics: Reflections in the light of Johnson's analysis after twenty-five years JOURNAL OF MACROECONOMICS, 18 :381-401 >DOI >Link