Nineteenth century English economist


Nassau William Senior - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Nassau William Senior (September 26, 1790 - June 4, 1864), English economist, was born at Compton, Berkshire, the eldest son of the Rev. JR Senior, vicar of Durnford, Wiltshire. He was educated at Eton and Magdalen College, Oxford; at the university he was a private pupil of Richard Whately, afterwards archbishop of Dublin, with whom he remained connected by ties of lifelong friendship. ..."


26 Sep 1790, in Compton, Berkshire, England


4 Jun 1864, in Kensington, London


Nassau William Senior, 1790-1864
The History of Economic Thought, The New School for Social Research


Collected Works of Nassau William Senior, by Donald Rutherford, 1998
Includes biography and extensive introduction