William Coleman, co-author with Selwyn Cornish and Alf Hagger of Giblin’s Platoon:The trials and triumph of the economist in Australian public life, discusses Roland Wilson.
Around 1920 there formed a friendship of four men who were to be at the heart of Australian economic thought and policy-making over the next 30 years: L.F. Giblin, J.B. Brigden, D.B. Copland and Roland Wilson. […]
James Brigden’s career path following WWI. […]