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Clyde Haulman received his B.A., M.S., and Ph.D. (1969) from Florida
State University. He joined the faculty at William & Mary in 1969.
He has been a Fulbright Senior Lecturer in the People's Republic of China
(1985-86) and a Distinguished Fulbright Scholar at the Hong Kong-American
Center in Hong Kong (1994-95). He previously has served as Dean of Undergraduate
Studies (1989-93), Chair of the Department of Music (1996-97), Assistant
to the President (1997-99), and is currently Chair of the Department of
Economics. He teaches principles of economics and history of economic
thought. His research interests include American economic thought, Chinese
economic reforms, and the Panic of 1819.
- Virginia Commodity Prices During the Panic of 1819, Journal of
the Early Republic, 22, No.4, Winter 2002, 675-688.
- Contemporary Chinese Nationalism and US-China Relations, Keio University
"Forum 21" Proceedings, February 2001, 1-8 (with Craig
Canning and Andrew Dickson).
- To Touch the Trends' Internationalizing American Studies: Perspectives
fromHong Kong and Asia, American Studies International, 34 (1996),
42-58 (with Stacilee Ford).
- Asia-Pacific Economic Links and the Future of Hong Kong," Annals
of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 547 (September
1996), 153-164. Reprinted in Hong Kong and China: Pursuing a New
Destiny, Max J. Skidmore (ed.), Singapore: Toppan, 1997.
- The Economic Implications of Enterprise Financial Autonomy
in China, in J. Chold and M. Lockett eds., Reform Policy and the
Chinese Enterprise, JAI Press, 1990. (with B. Abegaz).
- Hildebrand, Hilferding and Schumpeter on Economic Development
and Financial Institutions, International Review of the History of
Banking, 29 (Winter 1988), 255-266. (with R.G. Fritz).
- Changes in Wealth Holdings in Richmond, Virginia 1860-1870,
Journal of Urban History, 13 (November 1986), 54-71.