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Alfred Marshall

Author Code: EAML

Born: Jul. 26, 1842 - Bermondsey, London, England

Died: Jul. 13, 1924 - Cambridge, England

Educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, Marshall excelled in mathematics, but devoted most of his studies to philosophy, ethics and economics. He received a Fellowship at St. John's in 1865 and, in 1868, became lecturer in the moral sciences. He married one of his former students at St. John's, Mary Paley, and was forced to leave his post there. He became the first principal of University College, Bristol in 1877. In 1885, he took the chair in political economy at Cambridge, where he remained until his retirement in 1908. In 1890, he published Principles of Economics which created a revolution in economic circles and is probably the most important and influential work in the field during the nineteenth century. Later that year he established the British Economic Association (which later became the Royal Economics Society in 1902). He introduced econometrics and took economics to a more mathematical level. Among his students at Cambridge was the gifted John Maynard Keynes. Marshall's other works include The Economics of Industry (1879 co-authored with his wife), Elements of Economics of Industry (1892), Industry and Trade (1919), Money, Credit and Commerce (1923) and The Memoirs of Alfred Marshall (1925 Posthumous).

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EAML004 The New Cambridge Curriculum in Economics & Related Branches of Political Science 1903 15 198k eBook Download PDF - 'The New Cambridge Curriculum in Economics & Related Branches of Political Science' (EAML004)   Download ePub - 'The New Cambridge Curriculum in Economics & Related Branches of Political Science' (EAML004) Find a printed copy of The New Cambridge Curriculum in Economics & Related Branches of Political Science by Alfred Marshall at AbeBooks
EAML002 On Mr. Mill's Theory of Value 1876 9 190k Article Download PDF - 'On Mr. Mill's Theory of Value' (EAML002)   Download ePub - 'On Mr. Mill's Theory of Value' (EAML002) Find a printed copy of On Mr. Mill's Theory of Value by Alfred Marshall at AbeBooks
EAML001 On Rent 1893 11 187k eBook Download PDF - 'On Rent' (EAML001)   Download ePub - 'On Rent' (EAML001) Find a printed copy of On Rent by Alfred Marshall at AbeBooks
EAML003 Where to House the London Poor 1884 6 153k eBook Download PDF - 'Where to House the London Poor' (EAML003)   Download ePub - 'Where to House the London Poor' (EAML003) Find a printed copy of Where to House the London Poor by Alfred Marshall at AbeBooks

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