Walter Layton on The Relations of Capital and Labour (1914): A Marshallian Text pur sang?

@article{Groenewegen2007WalterLO,
  title={Walter Layton on The Relations of Capital and Labour (1914): A Marshallian Text pur sang?},
  author={P. Groenewegen},
  journal={History of Economics Review},
  year={2007},
  volume={46},
  pages={19 - 31}
}
After completing the new Economics and Politics Tripos at Cambridge University in 1906 with first-class honours, Walter Layton taught economics at Cambridge under A. C . Pigou from 1908 to 1914, a contemporary on the staff with J. M. Keynes. Over these years as economics teacher, he published two monographs: An Introduction to the Theory of Prices (1912) and The Relations of Capital and Labour (1914). It is the second volume which is the subject matter of this paper. Written for the Nation’s… Expand
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