Roy Harrod

The Railway Club. (Left to right) Back: Henry Yorke, Roy Harrod, Henry Weymouth, David Plunket Greene, Harry Stavordale, Brian Howard. Middle row: Michael Rosse, John Sutro, Hugh Lygon, Harold Acton, Bryan Guinness, Patrick Balfour, Mark Ogilvie-Grant, Johnny Drury-Lowe. Front: [[Porter (carrier)|porters]] Sir Henry Roy Forbes Harrod (13 February 1900 – 8 March 1978) was an English economist. He is best known for writing ''The Life of John Maynard Keynes'' (1951) and for the development of the Harrod–Domar model, which he and Evsey Domar developed independently. He is also known for his ''International Economics'', a former standard textbook, the first edition of which contained some observations and ruminations (wanting in subsequent editions) that would foreshadow theories developed independently by later scholars (such as the Balassa–Samuelson effect). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Harrod, Roy, 1900-1978.
Published 1972
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by Harrod, Roy, 1900-1978.
Published 1967
Book
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by Harrod, Roy, 1900-1978.
Published 1977
Book
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by Harrod, Roy, 1900-1978.
Published 1956
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by Harrod, Roy, 1900-1978.
Published 1969
Book
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