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201 Professor for Political Economy and she continued to be an inspiring teacher to new generations of students until her retirement in 1981. She passed away in 1986. She didn’t marry and didn’t have any children. Goudi was not a proliﬁc writer; her publications nevertheless were of high quality. She worked on monetary theory and policy and on questions of macroeconomic management. As an economist close to Professor Zolotas she must be credited with sound advice that kept the inﬂation rate as low as 2 per cent per year between 1955 and 1970, when the rate of growth of GNP was 6.2 per cent per year for the same period. She was not, however, a monetarist and allowed psychological and behavioural explanations into her analysis of inﬂation. It must be stressed that for long periods of time, especially between the years 1966 and 1980, Goudi taught a wide range of courses in most subﬁelds of economics at the University of Athens, a fact that partly explains her low publication record. MICHALIS PSALIDOPOULOS Bibliography Selected writings by Marina Goudi (1946), ‘Keynes’ General Theory as an explanation of the economic cycle’, Epitheorissis Politikon ke Oikonomikon Epistimon (Review of Political and Economic Sciences), Vol. 1: 205–23 (in Greek). (1947), ‘Indifference curve analysis according to J.R. Hicks’, Epitheorissis Politikon ke Oikonomikon Epistimon, vol. 2: 297–333 (in Greek). (1950), Observations on the Problem of Exports after the Readjustment [of the Exchange Rate], Athens (in Greek). (1953), The Readjustment of...
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