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R C Geary's Contributions to Economic Theory.

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Abstract

Roy Geary was not an economist by training or inclination. His jousts with "literary" economists have been well documented and he seems to have has little time for pure theory either. Of course he worked with economic statistics for most of his life and in his lateryears published extensively on applied economics topics. In this paper, I review three of his contributions.

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