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Wilfrid Noyce

  • Stewart Hawkins
Part of the Archival Insights into the Evolution of Economics book series (AIEE)

Abstract

Mountains gave Arthur Pigou enormous pleasure. He had made a number of important Alpine ascents in his early years and had been very active until he was about fifty, when his heart was seriously damaged. However, he sustained his enthusiasm for mountains by continuing to walk gently in the hills and encouraging young mountaineers and, in particular, any who came to King’s College, Cambridge.

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