Gerald Frank Shove (November 1887 – August 1947) was a British economist.
1 Life 2 Most important publications 3 Secondary source 4 References 5 External links
Shove was born at Faversham, Kent, the son of Herbert Samuel Shove and
his wife Bertha Millen. He was educated at Uppingham School and
King's College, Cambridge, where he became a member of the
He married in 1915 Fredegond Maitland, daughter of historian Frederic
William Maitland and his wife the playwright Florence Henrietta
World War I
"Varying Costs and Marginal Net Products," Economic Journal, 38 (150) pp. 258–266, 1928 "Increasing Returns and the Representative Firm",Economic Journal, 40 (157), 1930 "The Place of Marshall's Principles in the Development of Economic Theory", EJ, 1942. "Mrs Robinson on Marxian Economics", EJ, 1944.
Blaug, Mark - Who's who in Economics, 3d ed. (1999)
^ Auden Family Ghosts Archived 2011-07-20 at the Wayback Machine.
Gerald Frank Shove (1887-1947), Economist: Sitter in 9 portraits (National Portrait Gallery) Gerald Shove at Find a Grave
WorldCat Identities VIAF: 28178162 GND: 130448745 SNAC: w6381zk3
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