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Craufurd D. Goodwin, James B Duke Professor, Economics

Craufurd D. Goodwin

Please note: Craufurd has left the "Duke International" group at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.

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Office Location:  338 Perkins Library
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History of Economics
Research Interests: Economic History

Current projects: chapter in forthcoming Handbook of Cultural Economics on "Art and Culture in the History of Economics", book on the same subject, chapter in forthcoming Cambridge Comanion to Keynes on "Keynes and Bloomsbury"

Craufurd Goodwin joined the Duke faculty in 1962. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the history of economic thought. He is the editor of the journal History of Political Economy (Duke University Press) and the book series, Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics (Cambridge University Press). He has been visiting professor at Cambridge University and the Australian National University. He was a Guggenheim Fellow and Smuts Fellow, and is past president and distinguished fellow of the History of Economics Society. His current research interests are in the history of economic thought, the interesection of economics and the arts, and the Bloomsbury Group. Eight books written or co-authored by Professor Goodwin and published since 1991 are Economics and National Security: A History of Their Interaction; Missing the Boat: The Failure to Internationalize American Higher Education; Academic Mobility in a Changing World: Regional and Global Trends (ed. with A. Smith, U. Teichler and P. Blumenthal); Beyond Government: Extending the Public Policy Debate in Emerging Democracies (ed. with Michael Nacht); Talking to Themselves: The Search for Rights and Responsibilities of the Press and Mass Media in Four Latin American Nations (with Michael Nacht); The Academic's Handbook, 2nd Ed. (with Leigh DeNeef); Art and the Market: Roger Fry on Commerce in Art; and Economic Engagements with Art (ed. with Neil De Marchi). At Duke University he has served as Vice Provost, Dean of the Graduate School, and Acting Chair of the Economics Department. At the Ford Foundation he was program director for European and International Affairs.


World • America • history of economic thought and policy • cultural economics

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. C. Goodwin, On Editing the History of Political Economy, in Secfrets of Economics Editors, ed. Michael Szenberg and Lall Ramrattan (2014), MIT Press
  2. C. Goodwin, Economic Thought, History of, in International Encyclopedia of the Behavioral and Social Sciences (2014), Elsevier (forthcoming.)
  3. C. Goodwin, Walter Lippmann Public Economist, History of Politcal Economy, vol. 45 (2013), pp. 92-113 (supplement.)
  4. C. Goodwin, Maynard Keynes of Bloomsbury, Mustarinda (2013) (Special issue on Keynes.)
  5. C. Goodwin, The First Gloablization Debate: Crusoe vs. Gulliver, Revistan dell'Associazione Rossi Doria no. 3 (Fall, 2011)