Academic, Iconoclast, Economist and Magician
This memorial volume celebrates the life of Laurence Moss, the scholar, economist, professor, journal editor, lawyer, magician and skeptic. This volume contains a complete listing of Mosss publications since 1973 together with a sample syllabus of the famous course he taught at Babson College, Scams and Frauds in Business. The chosen papers are a representative sample of Mosss approach to the field of economics, as well as the teaching of economics, and reception of his approach.
Editors: Widdy S. Ho, Frederic S. Lee
Hardcover 696 pp
(For libraries and institutions, please purchase directly from the publisher, Wiley-Blackwell.)