Edited by Robert W. Dimand and Harald Hagemann
Chapter 83: Sidney Weintraub
The economist Sidney Weintraub (1914–1983) considered himself a “Jevonian seditionist” who developed anti-mainstream theory that he believed would enhance the prosperity of the money-using entrepreneurial economy. Weintraub’s theory is different from the mainstream theory. Among other things, this theory led Weintraub to develop a tax-based incomes policy to prevent inflation.
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