Alfred Marshall and the Birth of Neoclassical Economics
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Bio: Richard Sturn is the Joseph A. Schumpeter Professor for Innovation, Development and Growth and serves as the director of the Institute of Public Economics and of the Graz Schumpeter Centre at the University of Graz, Austria. His research focuses on the history of economic thought, the foundations of public good theory and non-market institutions, tax and transfer systems as well as transformation processes. He serves as managing editor of The European Journal for the History of Economic Thought and as chairman of the committee “Economics and Ethics” of the German Economic Association.