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Arndt's story; the life of an Australian economist.

9780731538102

Arndt's story; the life of an Australian economist.

Coleman, Peter et al.

Asia Pacific Press

2007

338 pages

$35.00

Paperback

HC79

The authors of this biography of German-born, Oxford-educated, and proudly Australian economist Heinz Wolfgang Arndt include a student and a daughter of the subject. The book traces his family's flight from Nazi Germany through his move to the Australian National University, from where he engaged with Indonesia to study its economy, developing theories that contributed to the economic development styles of that, and other Asian countries. This book is distributed in the US by ISBS.

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