Helen Makower

Economist, Deceased Person

1910 – 1998

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Who was Helen Makower?

Helen Makower was a British economist. Graduating from Newnham College, Cambridge London School of Economics and Political Science) 1937, she joined Jacob Marschak's Oxford Institute of Statistics before serving in Frederick Lindemann's S-Branch, Sir Winston Churchill's private economics and statistics service, during World War II. After the war, she served briefly with the British Control Commission in Germany and later with the United Nations, before returning to academia and the London School of Economics, where she retired as a Reader in 1977. Makower was at the forefront of the statistical turn in the British economics of the 1930s, and remained an influential figure after the war, acting as an important link between the mathematical economics developed at the Cowles Commission and British economics.

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Born
1910
Nationality
  • United Kingdom
Profession
Education
  • Newnham College, Cambridge
Died
1998

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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