Arthur Cecil Pigou Pigou was a British economist (), disciple of Alfred Marshall, whom he succeeded as a professor at Cambridge. Arthur Cecil Pigou (November 18, – March 7, ) was an English economist. As a teacher and builder of the school of economics at Cambridge. Arthur Cecil Pigou (–), professor of political economy at Cambridge University from to , is today best known for his contributions to the.
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