Geoffrey C. Harcourt, 1931-

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Geoffrey Harcourt is perhaps best known as the unofficial archivist and elucidator of the Cambridge Capital Controversy - most notably through his famous reviews such as Some Cambridge Controversies in the Theory of Capital (1969, 1972). An Australian economist who trained by Robinson and Kaldor at Cambridge, Harcourt's own contributions encompass the Neo-Ricardian and Post Keynesian schools - as exemplified by his Cantabrigian two- sector model (1965) and his investment model (1976). No mere theorist, however, Harcourt has stressed the need to apply real world economics (esp. accounting techniques) to deal with real world problems - which he views as the Post Keynesian signature. He apparently still splits his time between Adelaide and Cambridge.

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