Laurence S. Moss 1944 - 2009: Academic Iconoclast, Economist and Magician
March 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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This is a memorial volume to celebrate different aspects of the life of Laurence Moss, the scholar, economist, professor, journal editor, lawyer, magician and skeptic. Larry was the editor of the AJES from 1997 until his death on February 24, 2009 at the age of 64 years old after a hard fought battle with cancer. This volume contains a complete listing of Larry’s publications since 1973 together with a sample syllabus of the famous course he taught at Babson College, “Scams and Frauds in Business” and his note or “day sheet”, respectively in the Appendix section. The volume is further divided into 4 sections: contributions from his colleagues and friends of Larry’s views on economics and his/her disagreements and or agreements thereof; original papers from scholars on topics that were of interest to Larry; Larry’s accomplishments as a lawyer, amateur magician and most of all a renowned professor and lecturer by integrating his life long hobby, magic into his professional academic career successfully; and reprints of some of Larry’s publications. The chosen papers are a representative sample of Larry’s approach to economics and also demonstrate Larry’s open-mindedness as a scholar.
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