The Makers of Modern Economics: Vol. 3

The Makers of Modern Economics Volume III follows on from the two previous volumes in presenting the intellectual development of some of this century's most influential economists. The first volume in this series was acclaimed by Professor David Audretsch as 'a unique insight into the thoughts and lives of prominent economists'. In this third volume their careers, education, achievements and views on future research are presented by economists who have made important contributions. The book brings together new original essays by Franklin M. Fisher, Christopher Freeman, Peter Groenewegen, Kelvin J. Lancaster, Martin Shubik and Gordon Tullock. The Makers of Modern Economics Volume III provides the academic, student and researcher with a fascinating insight into the life and work of some of todays most inspiring economists.