Presidents Emeriti

Starting with the new constitution of June of 2016, Presidents serve a two year term as President, preceded by a two year term as Vice-President. Past Presidents serve two years on the Society’s Executive Committee, and then two years as the chair of the nominating committee and a Trustee of the Society. The President delivers a keynote address at the annual conference which is published in the Journal of the History of Economic Thought. Previously, we had one-year mandates for President, President-Elect (who subsequently became President), and Vice-President.

Jeff Biddle

2015-16

Robert Leonard

2014-15

Margaret Schabas

2013-14

Robert Dimand

2012-13

Philip Mirowski

2011-12

Jerry Evensky

2010-11

Steven G. Medema

2009-10

Avi Cohen

2008-09

Sandra Peart

2007-08

Bradley W. Bateman

2006-07

D. Wade Hands

2005-06

Mary S. Morgan

2004-05

E. Roy Weintraub

2003-04

Kevin D. Hoover

2002-03

J. Daniel Hammond

2001-02

John Davis

2000-01

Bruce Caldwell

1999-00

David Colander

1998-99

Robert Clower

1997-98

Malcolm Rutherford

1996-97

James P. Henderson

1995-96

Laurence S. Moss

1994-95

Ingrid Rima

1993-94

Karen I. Vaughn

1992-93

Robert F. Hebert

1991-92

S. Todd Lowry

1990-91

William J. Barber

1989-90

Donald E. Moggridge

1988-89

Donald A. Walker

1987-88

Abraham Hirsch

1986-87

A. W. Coats

1985-86

Mark Perlman

1984-85

John Whitaker

1983-84

Martin Bronfenbrenner

1982-83

Warren Samuels

1981-82

William D. Grampp

1980-81

Royall Brandis

1979-80

Craufurd D. W. Goodwin

1978-79

Carl G. Uhr

1977-78

George J. Stigler

1976-77

Joseph J. Spengler

1975-76

Vincent J. Tarascio

1974-75