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Frank Holmes
Published Date:
January 1987
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    Appendix

    Participants

    Moderator

    • Sir Frank Holmes

    • Institute of Policy Studies, Victoria University of Wellington

    Authors

    Brian B. Aghevli

    • International Monetary Fund

    Robin T. Clements

    • Reserve Bank of New Zealand

    Helen Hughes

    • National Center for Development Studies, Australian National University

    Ralph Lattimore

    • Lincoln College, Canterbury, New Zealand

    P.J. Lloyd

    • University of Melbourne, Australia

    Jorge Márquez-Ruarte

    • International Monetary Fund

    Stanley Please

    • St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University

    Bruce J. Smith

    • International Monetary Fund

    Robin T. Spencer

    • Reserve Bank of New Zealand

    Peter Wickham

    • International Monetary Fund

    Discussants

    Te’o I.J. Fairbairn

    • Pacific Islands Development Program

    Christopher Findlay

    • University of Adelaide, Australia

    Christopher Higgins

    • Department of the Treasury, Australia

    Colin James

    • The National Business Review

    David G. Mayes

    • New Zealand Institute of Economic Research

    Sang Woo Nam

    • Korean Development Institute

    Peter Nicholl

    • Central Bank of Seychelles

    Cho Soon

    • Seoul National University, Korea

    Observers

    Geoffrey Bertram

    • Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand

    Robert Buckle

    • Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand

    Roderick Deane

    • Reserve Bank of New Zealand

    Peter Dixon

    • University of Melbourne, Australia

    Brian Easton

    • New Zealand Institute of Economic Research

    Ian Fitzgerald

    • Westpac Banking Corporation, Wellington, New Zealand

    Peter Jonson

    • Reserve Bank of Australia

    Roger Kerr

    • The Treasury of New Zealand

    J.Y. Kubuabola

    • Ministry of Finance, Fiji

    John MacFarlane

    • Department of Finance, Papua New Guinea

    Richard Manning

    • University of Canterbury, New Zealand

    Malcolm McPhee

    • New Zealand Herald

    Rupa Molina

    • Department of Finance, Papua New Guinea

    Tony Raynor

    • Lincoln College, Canterbury, New Zealand

    Graham Scott

    • The Treasury of New Zealand

    Feleti Sevele

    • Copra Board, Tonga

    Kerrin Vautier

    • New Zealand Commerce Commission

    Harilaos Vittas

    • International Monetary Fund

    Bryce Wilkinson

    • Jarden and Company, Wellington, New Zealand

    Richard Williams

    • International Monetary Fund

    Seminar Coordinator

    Graham Newman

    • International Monetary Fund

    Biographical Sketches of Participants

    Bijan B. Aghevli

    Assistant Director in the Asian Department of the International Monetary Fund, and Chief of the Division for Japan, Korea, and Tonga, He has been a Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and has published various papers on international and monetary economics. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Brown University.

    Robin T. Clements

    Manager of the Research Section in the Economic Department of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. He is a graduate of the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

    Te’o I.J. Fairbairn

    Research Associate with the Pacific Islands Development Program (PIDP) in Hawaii. He holds a Ph.D. in Pacific History (Economics) from the Australian National University, Canberra, and has been Senior Economist with the South Pacific Commission and Senior Economic Planning Adviser for the United Nations Development Program.

    Christopher Findlay

    Visiting Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Adelaide, Australia. Previously, he was associated with the Research School of Pacific Studies at the Australian National University, Canberra.

    Christopher Higgins

    Deputy Secretary (Economic) in the Australian Treasury. Previously, he served as Director of the General Economics Branch of the Economic Statistics Department of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. He was educated at the Australian National University, Canberra, and the University of Pennsylvania.

    Sir Frank Holmes

    Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Policy Studies at Victoria University of Wellington. An economic and planning consultant and director of several companies, he served previously as a government adviser and as Chairman of the New Zealand Planning Council.

    Helen Hughes

    Professor of Economics, Research School of Pacific Studies, and Executive Director of the National Center for Development Studies, Australian National University, Canberra. Previously, she was Director of the Economic Analyses and Projections Department at the World Bank.

    Colin James

    Political journalist and analyst. A frequent commentator on radio and television, he has been political editor and editor of The National Business Review, and has contributed to several books.

    Ralph Lattimore

    Reader in Agricultural Economics at Lincoln College in Canterbury, New Zealand. Formerly, he was at the University of British Columbia. He has done research and consulting work in New Zealand, the United States, Brazil, and Canada in the areas of trade and policy.

    P.J. Lloyd

    Visiting Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Also a Professor in the Department of Economics of the University of Melbourne, Australia, his area of specialization is international economics.

    Jorge Márquez-Ruarte

    Assistant Division Chief in the Asian Department of the International Monetary Fund. Previously, he was with the Fund’s Western Hemisphere and Exchange and Trade Relations Departments. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.

    David G. Mayes

    Director of the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, Wellington, and Head of Statistics and Computing, National Economic Development Office (NEDO) in London. Previously, he was Senior Lecturer in Economics and Social Statistics at the University of Exeter, and Editor at the National Institute of Economics and Social Research, London.

    Stanley Please

    Senior Associate Member of St. Antony’s College, Oxford, and a member of the Governing Councils of the Overseas Development Institute and of the Institute of Development Studies. Previously on the staff of the World Bank, he continues to act as consultant to the World Bank on policy-based analytical work on sub-Saharan Africa.

    Bruce J. Smith

    Assistant Director in the Asian Department of the International Monetary Fund. His Fund service has involved extensive work on Asia and the South Pacific. Previously, he worked with the Australian Government. He was educated at Sydney University.

    Robin T. Spencer

    Chief Manager of the Economic Department at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. A graduate of Victoria University of Wellington and the London School of Economics and Political Science, he spent three years on secondment to the International Monetary Fund, where he worked in the Research and European Departments.

    Peter Wickham

    Assistant to the Director of the International Monetary Fund’s Research Department. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Essex and subsequently studied at the University of British Columbia and the Johns Hopkins University.

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