Emeritus Professor Christopher Lloyd
Emeritus Professor - UNE Business School
Emeritus Professor of Economic History in School of Business, University of New England, Armidale
Guest Professor at Finnish Centre of Excellence for Historical Research, Tampere and Jyväskylä Universities, Finland
Adjunct Professor (Docent) in Social Science History, Department of Political and Economic Studies, Helsinki University, Finland
I have been elected as a foreign distinguished member of the Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia (Finnish Academy of Science and Letters).
This is a learned society covering the full range of academic disciplines which is devoted to the promotion of scientific and scholarly research and serves as a bond uniting researchers engaged in these activities at the highest level. It functions as a traditional learned society in the sense that its membership is limited and it selects its new members on their academic and scientific merits. It pursues its declared aims by arranging lectures and discussion meetings, publishing scientific papers, awarding grants and making recommendations and statements of opinion to the authorities in matters concerned with scientific and academic research and those who practice it. The Academy is represented on many scientific committees and in various organizations and foundations.
B.A. (Hons) University of New England
M.Phil Sussex University
M.Litt Oxford University
PhD University of New England
Professor Lloyd is a world-respected economic historian and political economist who has been a visiting professor in recent years in the Nordic Centre of Excellence on the Welfare State (Nordwel) based in Helsinki and is now a visiting professor at the Finnish Centre of Excellence in History. Professor Lloyd has been the President of the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand and the Treasurer of the International Economic History Association.
Professor Lloyd's research interests are in several fields. He has published extensively in the following areas: the history of the Australian capitalist system, particularly regimes of regulation and the issues of resource-curse development, the role of the developmental state, and pension regulation; the history of Social Democratic Welfare Capitalism on a world-wide scale of the past century or more; the comparative world-wide history of settler capitalist economies (including Australia); indigenous participation and hybridity in the history of the Australian economy; long-run interactions of geopolitics, economies, and environments; socio-economic evolution theory; and the philosophy and methodology of social science history.
Lloyd, C (ed) (1983) Social Theory and Political Practice; Wolfson College Lectures for 1981, (ed with Introduction), Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Lloyd, C (1986) Explanation in Social History, Blackwell, Oxford and New York.
Lloyd, C (1993) The Structures of History, (a volume in the Studies in Social Discontinuity series edited by Charles Tilly) Blackwell, Oxford and Cambridge MA, reprinted 1994. [Portuguese translation: As Estruturas de Historia, George Zahar, Rio de Janiero, 1995]
Lloyd, C Rugendyke B and Epps, R (1997) Global Interactions: A Senior Geography, Book 3, Heinemann, Melbourne.
Fijn N, Keen I, Lloyd C, and Pickering M (eds) (2012) Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies, II: Historical Engagements and Current Enterprises, ANU E-press, Canberra.
Lloyd C, Metzer J, Sutch, R (eds) (2013) Settler Economies in World History, Brill, Leiden.
Book Chapters and Journal Articles
Lloyd, C (1987) 'Capitalist Beginnings in Australia', Arena, No. 81, pp. 35-55.
Lloyd, C (1989) 'Realism, Structurism, and History: Foundations for a Transformative Science of Society', Theory and Society, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 451-494.
Lloyd, C (1989) 'Realism and Structurism in Historical Theory: A Discussion of the Thought of Maurice Mandelbaum', History and Theory, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 296-325.
Lloyd, C (1989) 'People's History and Socialist Intellectuals', Arena, No. 88, pp. 173-180.
Lloyd, C (1990) 'Structural History and Action History: Separate Methodologies or Convergences?', Australian Historical Association Bulletin, No. 61, pp. 31-42.
Lloyd, C (1991) 'The Methodologies of Social History: A Critical Survey and Defense of Structurism', History and Theory, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 180-219.
Lloyd, C (1994) 'The Fateful Experiment of the Anasazi People: Environmental Adaptation and Economic Collapse of the Pre-Historic Pueblo Indians', in University of New England, 1993 Research Report, pp 7-11, Armidale.
Lloyd, C (1995) 'Economic History and Policy: Historiography of Australian Traditions', in John Moses (ed), Historical Disciplines in Australasia: Themes, Problems and Debates, Special Issue of Australian Journal of Politics and History , Vol. 41, pp 61-79.
Lloyd, C (1996) 'For Realism and Against the Inadequacies of Common Sense: A Response to Arthur Marwick', Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp 187-203.
Lloyd, C (1997) 'Can There be a Unified Theory of Cosmic-Ecological World History?' Focaal: Journal of Anthropology, No 29, pp. 171-180.
Lloyd, C (1997) 'Can Economic History be the Core of Social Science? Why the Discipline Must Open and Integrate to Ensure the Survival of Long-Run Economic Analysis', Australian Economic History Review, Vol 37, No 3, pp 256-266.
Lloyd, C (1998) 'Australian and American Settler Capitalism: The Importance of a Comparison and its Curious Neglect', Australian Economic History Review, Vol 38, No 3, pp 280-305.
Lloyd, C (2000) 'Political Geography', in Grant Kleeman (ed), A Geography of Global Interactions, Heinemann, Melbourne, 2000, pp 308-348
Lloyd, C (2000) 'Globalization: Beyond Ultra-Modernist Narrative to a Critical Realist Perspective on Geopolitics in the Cyber Age', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Vol 24, No 2, pp. 257-272
Lloyd, C (2001) 'Economic History as the Integrating Core of Social Science', in Patricia Hudson (ed) Living Economic and Social History, pp. 219-223, Economic History Society, Glasgow.
Lloyd, C (2002) 'Introduction' to Special Issue on Australian Institutional Change, Australian Economic History Review, Vol 42, No 3, pp 235-237.
Lloyd, C (2002) 'Review Article of Davis and Gallman, Evolving Financial Markets and International Capital Flows. Britain, the Americas, and Australia, 1865-1914', Financial History Review, Vol 9, No 1, pp 99-102.
Lloyd, C (2003) 'Economic Policy and Australian State Building: From Labourist-Protectionism to Globalisation', in A. Teichova and H. Matis (eds), Nation State and the Economy in History, Cambridge University Press.
Lloyd, C (2005) 'Past, Present and Future in the Global Expansion of Capitalism: Learning From The Deep and Surface Times of Societal Evolution and the Conjunctures of History', Österreichische Zeitschrift fûr Geschichtswissenschaft Vol 16, No 2, pp 79-103.
Lloyd, C (2005) 'The Methodologies of Social History: A Critical Survey and Defence of Structurism', in Robert Burns (ed) Historiography: (Critical Concepts in Historical Studies Series) Vol II, Ch 20, Routledge, London, pp 24-67.
Lloyd, C (2008) 'Political Economy Today and Tomorrow; The Contribution of The Oxford Handbook of Political Economy', Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol 43, No 2, pp 341-345.
Lloyd, C (2008) 'Historiographic Schools' in A. Tucker (ed) Blackwell Companion to Philosophy of History and Historiography, Ch 33, Blackwell-Wiley
Lloyd, C 2008. 'Towards Unification: Beyond the Antinomies of Knowledge in Historical Social Science', History and Theory Vol 47.
Lloyd, C (2010) 'The Emergence of Australian Settler Capitalism in the 19th Century and the Disintegration/Integration of Aboriginal Societies: Hybridization and Local Evolution Within the World Market', in I Keen (ed) Settler-Aboriginal Economic Relations, ANU E-Press, Canberra.
Lloyd, C (2011) 'The History and Future of Social Democratic Welfare Capitalism: From Modernisation to the Spectres of Ultramodernity', in Pauli Kettunen and Klaus Petersen (ed) Beyond Welfare State Models: Transnational Historical Perspectives on Social Policy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
Lloyd, C (2010) 'The Coming of the Angloworld. A Critical Appreciation of James Belich's Replenishing the Earth: The Settler Revolution and the Rise of the Angloworld, 1783-1939', New Zealand Journal of History, Vol 44, No 2.
Ramsay, T and Lloyd, C (2010) 'Infrastructure Investment for Full Employment: A Social Democratic Program of Funds Regulation', Journal of Australian Political Economy, No 65.
Lloyd, C (2012) 'Resource Rents, Taxation, and Political Economy in Australia: States, Public Policy, and the New Squatters in Historical Perspective, Australian Policy Online, Canberra and Swinburne, 28 May 2012.
Lloyd, C 'Settler Economies and Indigenous Encounters: The Dialectics of Conquest, Hybridisation, and Production Regimes', in Fijn, Keen, Lloyd, and Pickering (eds) (2012) Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies, ANU e-press, Canberra
Lloyd, C and Metzer J (2013) 'Settler Colonization and Societies in World History: Patterns and Concepts', in Lloyd, Metzer, Sutch (eds) Settler Economies in World History, Brill, Leiden.
Lloyd, C (2013) 'Institutional Patterns of the Settler Societies: Hybrid, Parallel, and Convergent', in Lloyd, Metzer, Sutch (eds) Settler Economies in World History, Brill, Leiden.
Lloyd, C (2013) 'Evolution Theory and Economic History: A Partnership of Mutual Necessity?', in J Granda and J Schreiber (eds) Perspectiven durch Retrospectiven: Wirtschaftsgeschichtliche Beiträge, Böhlau Verlag, Köln Weimar Wien.
Lloyd, C (2013) 'The 1890-1910 Crisis of Australian Capitalism and the Social Democratic Response. Was the Australian Model a Pioneering Regime of Social Democratic Welfare Capitalist Regulation?' In H. Haggren, J Rainio-Niemi, and J Vaukhonen (eds) Multilayered Historicity of the Present: Approaches to Social Science History, Unigrafia, Helsinki.
Lloyd, C (2013) 'Welfare State and Capitalist Crisis', in G Jonsson and K Stefansson (eds) Retrenchment or Renewal: Welfare States in Times of Economic Crisis, Nordwel Studies in Historical Welfare State Research, Nordwel, Helsinki.
Lloyd, C (2013) 'Beyond Orthodoxy in Economic History: Has Boldizzoni Resurrected Synthetic-Structural History?', Investigaciones de Historia Económica – Economic History Research, Vol 9.
Lloyd, C (2013) 'From Interdisciplinarity to Social Science History and Beyond:A Radical View': Keynote Lecture to 10th Anniversary Seminar, Institute for Advanced Social Research, Tampere University, 16 October 2013 http://www.uta.fi/iasr/tenyearanniversary/Lloyd%20IASR%20-%20SSH_A%20Radical%20View.pdf
Lloyd, C (2014) (with Tony Ramsay) "Macroeconomic Prosperity and Social Inclusion: From Long-Run History to the Shock of May 2014”, Journal of Australian Political Economy, 74.
Lloyd, C (2015) "The Lucky Country Syndrome in Australia: Resources, Social Democracy and Regimes of Historical Political Economy”, inn M Badio-Miro, V Pinilla, and H Willebald (eds), Natural Resources and Economic Growth: Learning from History, Routledge, London and New York.
Lloyd, C (2015) “Analytical Frameworks of Australia’s Economic History”, Ch 3 in S Ville and G Withers (eds) Cambridge Economic History of Australia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Lloyd, C (2015) ‘Concluding Thoughts on the Finnish/Japanese Comparison’ CH 11 in Y Tanaka, T Tamaki, J Ojala, and J Eloranta (eds) Comparing Post War Japanese and Finnish Economies and Societies, Routledge, London, 2015 (C)
Lloyd, C and Ramsay, T (2017) ‘Resisting neoliberalism, reclaiming democracy? 21st century organised labour beyond Polanyi and Streeck’, Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol 28, No 1
Lloyd, C and Haapala P (2017) ‘Introduction’ to The Structures of Finland [in Finnish] (in press, Tampere University Press)
Lloyd C and Battin T (2018) ‘Reinforcements for the Wage-Earners’ Welfare State? The Effect of World Wars on Australia’s Model of Welfare’, Chapter in H Obinger, P Starke, K Petersen (eds) Warfare and the Welfare State, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Lloyd, C 'The Significance of Developmental Welfare States to Catch-Up and Modernization in the Long-Run', European Social Science History Conference, Valencia, April 2016.
Lloyd, C 'Backwardness Revisited The Significance of Developmental States and Public Sector Expansion to Industrialisation and Modernization in the Long-Run’ , World Economic History Conference, Tokyo July 2015 and Finland in Comparison Conference, Tampere, October 2015
Lloyd, C and Ramsay, T, 'Has Western Labour Become an Instrument of Neo-liberal Capitalism? What are the possibilities of organised labour again becoming both saviour and transformer of 21st century capitalism? ' Industrial Relations in Europe Conference, Gothenburg, September 2015.
Lloyd, C 'The Left Populist Challenge to Social Democracy: Can They Converge? Towards Historical Regimes of Capitalism Analysis', Presentation to Workshop on Driving Forces of Democracy, 1890-2020, Stockholm, May 2015
Lloyd, C 'Extractive Resource Capitalism and the Labourist-Protectionist Compromise: Australian State Experiments of 1891-1916 Re-examined', Asia Pacific Economic and Business Conference, Adelaide, February, 2015.
- Professor of Economic History, University of New England
- Associate Dean for Research, Faculty of Economics, Business and Law, UNE
- Head of School of Economics, UNE
- President of Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand
Treasurer and Executive Committee Member, International Economic History Association
Previous Visiting Positions and Affiliations
- Economics Department, Duke University, North Carolina, 1993
- Center for Comparative Research, University of California at Davis, 1996-97
- Reshaping Australia's Institutions project, RSSS, Australian National University, Canberra, 2000-2001
- International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2002
- Department of Historical and Institutional Economics, Zaragoza University, Spain, 2002
- History Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 2003-2005
- Department of Social Science History, University of Helsinki, Finland, 2006
- International Reference Group Member and Visiting Professor, Nordic Centre of Excellence on the Nordic Welfare State (Nordwel Centre), Helsinki, 2007-2013
- Max Planck Institute for Economics (Evolutionary Economics Department), Jena, Germany, 2010
- History Department, Exeter University, England, 2011