Author: Peter Groenewegen
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This succinct overview of Marshall’s life and work as an economist sets his major economic contributions in perspective, by looking at his education, his travel, his teaching at Cambridge, Oxford and Bristol, his policy views as presented to government inquiries and his political and social opinions.
Groenewegen’s magnificent biography of Alfred Marshall provides a veritable mountain of detailed evidence on the development and contributions of a remarkable and complex human being during his long life. Groenewegen has left no stone unturned that might conceal the remotest detail of Marshall’s background and like. The book will unquestionably be the standard source for any future scholars of the economist whose Principles of Economics dominated the teaching of pricer theory from its first publication in 1890 until well into the 19th century. –Bolletino del CIRT
Groenewegen’s exhaustive, judicious and scholarly account of Marshall’s life and times has been worth the wait. Groenewegen has produced a biography which demonstrates deep learning perceptiveness of interpretation and scrupulous bibliographical accuracy. He has presented a rounded and sensitive picture of the complex amalgam of traits and behaviours that characterised Marshall. –Mark Donoghue, Review of Political Economy
Groenewegen’s prose is gripping yet lucid and analytical. Without exaggeration it can be stated that any future work on Marshall has to start from this book. –C.J. Talele, Choice Outstanding Academic Book of the Year 1995
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