The Ten Most Influential Economists of All Time
in association with Queen Mary, University of London
The economy has a huge impact on the quality of our lives, those whom have had an effect on the policy adopted, how it functions and the economy's health remain influential both during their tenure and for generations after. Here the Complete University Guide draws up its list of those we consider the most influential economists of all time:
Warren Buffett 1930–Present
Not an economist by trade but an economist by education, Warren Buffett earned his masters in the field at the one and only Columbia University. Buffett joined a Wall Street investment firm, where he applied a statistical and methodical approach to trading. Buffett is widely considered the most successful investor of the 20th Century and is consistently ranked within the top ten of the world’s richest people.
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