With the premature passing of Laurence Moss, the ﬁeld of history of economic thought has lost one of its great practitioners and mentors. Larry was not only an outstanding scholar in the ﬁeld in his own right, but in his capacity as an ofﬁcer in HES and as an editor of the AJES, he was a mentor to my generation of scholars entering the ﬁeld. Put simply, Larry was a generous man who sought out and encouraged young scholars in economics to think seriously about the history and methodology of the discipline.
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Citation (Chicago Style)
Boettke, Peter J., Cultivating Catallactics: Laurence Moss as Scholar and Mentor (2010). The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Vol. 69, No. 1; GMU Working Paper in Economics No. 10-04.