A Brief History of Economic Genius

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  1. Strathern builds his history of economic thought upon the eccentric and entertaining personalities and stories of the men whose ideas helped create the discipline. The story includes a cast of characters that ranges over five hundred years from Luca Paciolo, who invented double-entry bookkeeping in the 1400s to John von Neumann (a real-life Dr. Strangelove and the creator of Game Theory), John Nash, and Milton Friedman in the 1900s.

    See also: The Worldly Philosophers

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