Alfred William Flux (1867–1942): A Mathematician successfully ‘caught’ for Economics by Marshall

@article{Groenewegen2008AlfredWF,
  title={Alfred William Flux (1867–1942): A Mathematician successfully ‘caught’ for Economics by Marshall},
  author={P. Groenewegen},
  journal={History of Economics Review},
  year={2008},
  volume={48},
  pages={63 - 77}
}
This paper looks at Alfred Flux as a Cambridge mathematician successfully caught for economics by Alfred Marshall, with special reference to the Marshallian qualities he exhibited in some of his economic publications. Following an introduction, the argument is set out in four sections. The first presents a sketch of Flux’s life and work, with special reference to his association with Marshall. Sections 3 and 4 examine the Marshallian credentials of two of Flux’s economic writings: his famous… Expand
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