Lionel Robbins, who in 1961 became Baron Robbins of Clare Market, was one of the major academic economists of the interwar period. He remained active after the Second World War but never really regained the centre of the stage that he had occupied. He was also a great public servant for his country, serving it well and loyally in many aspects of social, political and cultural life. He was truly a ‘Renaissance man’.
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