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Alfred Marshall

Alfred Marshall (1842-1924), widely regarded as the doyen of modern economics and the founder of the Neo-Classical School of Economics, is best known for revolutionizing the way economics is taught. Marshall’s magnus opus Principles of Economics was first published in 1890 to world-wide acclaim and it cemented his reputation as one of the leading economists of his time.

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Principles of Economics

Palgrave Macmillan
Originally published in 1890, Principles of Economics was the first text to bring together the theories of supply and demand, marginal utility, and cost of...
Alfred Marshall

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