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Marshall, Alfred (1842–1924)

ONE OF THE FOUNDERS of neoclassical economics, Marshall was the most influential economist of the early 20th century and was the teacher of the most influential economist of the mid-20th century, John Maynard Keynes.

Marshall invented the familiar supply-and-demand curves. Though his ...

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