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The Master and the Prodigy

There is little doubt that John Maynard Keynes fundamentally shaped economics and policymaking in the twentieth century

Less appreciated is that he owes some of his central insights to a brilliant Cambridge polymath who died in 1930 at age 26.

By William H. Janeway – Project Syndicate

CAMBRIDGE – In January 1922, a 19-year-old University of Cambridge undergraduate challenged a recently published work of philosophy by a fellow of King’s College, Cambridge, a…

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