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Cannan, Edwin, 1861-1935

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Personal name headingCannan, Edwin, 1861-1935
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Birth date1861-02-03
Death date1935-04-08
Place of birthFunchal (Madeira Islands)
Place of deathBournemouth (England)
Field of activityEconomics Economic theory
Profession or occupationEconomists College teachers Authors
Type of familymale
Found inHis A history of the theories of production and distribution in English political economy, 1903
Wikipedia, 21 December 2018 (Edwin Cannan; Edwin Cannan (3 February 1861, Funchal, Madeira-8 April 1935, Bournemouth); was a British economist and historian of economic thought; was a professor at the London School of Economics (1895-1926); in his early years as an economist, was a critic of classical economics and an ally of interventionists, he moved haply to the side of classical liberalism in the early 20th century)
The History of Economic Thought, 21 December 2018 (Edwin Cannan, 1861-1935; born in Madeira; educated at Clifton and Balliol College, Oxford; initial interest was in the relationship between economic theory and socialist thought; joined the London School of Economics (1895), retiring in 1926), 21 Decmber 2018 (Cannan, Edwin (1861-1935); was an English economist; spent his entire working life at the London School of Economics, joining the teaching staff of that school at its foundation in 1895, becoming a professor of political economy in 1907, and retiring in 1926; credited with developing the notion of an optimum population)
Prabook, 21 December 2018 (Edwin Cannan, economist; born in 1861; eucation: achelor of Arts, Master of Arts University Oxford, 1884,1887. Honorary Doctor of Laws University Glasgow. Honorary LittD University Manchester)
Associated languageeng