If frequent teabreaks and other manifestations of disguised leisure are regarded as goods – and economics suggests that they be so regarded – their inclusion in any index of output per capita might go some way to enhance Britain’s comparative performance.
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|Birth:||15th November, 1917|
|Death:||22nd September, 2014|
Ezra J. Mishan is an English economist best known for his work criticising economic growth. Between 1956 and 1977 he worked at the London School of Economics where he became Professor of Economics. In 1965, while at the LSE, he wrote his seminal work The Costs of Economic Growth, but was unable to find a publisher until 1967.
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