A Brief History
Chapter 9: The heirs: II. Kurt Rothschild
Chapter 9 is devoted to the work of Kurt Rothschild, who spent the war years in exile in Scotland, where he graduated in economics at Glasgow University and then began his academic career there. Returning to Austria after the war, Rothschild soon established an international reputation as an eclectic theorist who combined elements of Marxian, institutionalist, Post Keynesian and neoclassical thinking in his extensive writing on economic theory, policy and methodology. Towards the end of his remarkable life – Rothschild’s last book appeared in 2009, when he was 94 – he had become an influential advocate of pluralism in economics.
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