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Neil de Marchi, Professor, Economics

Neil de Marchi
Contact Info:
Office Location:  312 Social Science
Office Phone:  (919) 660-1834, (919) 660-1800
Email Address: send me a message
Web Page:  http://www.econ.duke.edu/Econ/Faculty/Users/ndemarchi.html

Education:

Ph.D.Australian National University (Australia)1970
B.A.University of Oxford (UK)1964
B. Phil.University of Oxford1964
B.Ec.University of Western Australia (Australia)1960
Specialties:

History of Economics
Research Interests: Emergence of Art & Financial Markets and Cultural Economics

Neil De Marchi received a B.Ec. from the University of Western Australia, went to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, and completed a B.Phil. in economics there before returning to Australia to teach at Monash University. His Ph.D. is from the Australian National University. With interruptions (1966-77 at the University of Amsterdam, 1980-83 as a director of research at the ABN Bank in Amsterdam) he has been at Duke since 1971. He writes in the history of economic ideas and in the history and functioning of markets, in particular markets for art. He assists in editing History of Political Economy.

Keywords:

Europe • US • Economics • History • Art • Art markets

Current Ph.D. Students   (Former Students)

    Recent Publications   (More Publications)

    1. Bianchi, M; De Marchi, N, Introduction, edited by de Marchi, N; Bianchi, M, vol. 48 (January, 2016), pp. 1-15, Duke University Press, ISBN 0822363895 [doi]
    2. De Marchi, N, Psychology fails to trump the multiyear, structural development plan: Albert Hirschman’s largely frustrated efforts to place the “ability to make and carry out development decisions” at the center of the development economics of the late 1950s and the 1960s, History of Political Economy, vol. 48 no. suppl 1 (January, 2016), pp. 226-238, Duke University Press [doi]  [abs]
    3. De Marchi, N, Models and misperceptions: Chenery, hirschman and tinbergen on development planning, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, vol. 34B (January, 2016), pp. 91-99, Emerald Group Publishing Limited [doi]  [abs]
    4. Goodwin, CD, Economics meets esthetics in the bloomsbury group, in Sublime Economy: On the Intersection of Art and Economics (November, 2008), pp. 137-151, Routledge, ISBN 0203890574 [doi]
    5. De Marchi, N, Reluctant partners: Aesthetic and market value, 1708-1871, in Sublime Economy: On the Intersection of Art and Economics, edited by Jack Amariglio, Steve Cullenberg, and Joseph Childers (November, 2008), pp. 95-111, Routledge, London, ISBN 0203890574 [doi]