Wassily Leontief was born on 5 August 1906 in St Petersburg, the only child of an academic family. He studied first at the University of Leningrad, earning the degree of ‘Learned Economist’ in 1925, and then at the University of Berlin (Ph.D., 1928). While working on his doctorate, he was appointed a research economist at the University of Kiel, where he remained for about three years, with a year out to serve as adviser to the Chinese Ministry of Railways in Nanking.
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A range of essays evaluating and extending Leontief’s work may be found in.Google Scholar
Dietzenbacher, E., and M. Lahr. 2004. Wassily Leontief and input–output economics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar