The great Mason Gaffney will be ninety next Friday. He has become recognised in his own lifetime as one of the handful of economists who have upheld the banner of intellectual rigour within neoclassical economics’ vast deceit.
A companion of Gaffney’s quiet integrity has been his witty and incisive turn of phrase.
The following paper by Brian Czech is as much a tribute to Mason Gaffney as it is to the far-seeing economics of Henry George. I recommend it as an excellent read: Czech-Production-Function-and-Henry-George
To your health, Mase!