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John Quiggin

University of Queensland

John Quiggin is an Australian economist and professor at the University of Queensland. He has also held academic positions at the Australian National University and  James Cook University. Best known for his work on utility theory, Quiggin is among the top 500 economists in the world according to IDEAS/RePEc. Quiggin authors an Australian blog, and is a regular contributor to Crooked Timber. He also writes a fortnightly column in The Australian Financial Review.

He received his BA (1978), BEc (1980), and MEc (1984) from Australian National University and his PhD from the University of New England in 1988.

Read the article, Zombie Economics.

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