Ian Kumekawa is a PhD student in history at Harvard. He obtained his MPhil at Cambridge in 2013 and his AB in 2012 at Harvard College. His past work examined the intellectual origins of welfare economics, focusing specifically on its founder, Cambridge economist A.C. Pigou (1877-1959). His dissertation will examine the implications of government planning during World War I for subsequent economic thought.
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PhD Student in History, Harvard University
Graduate Student Affiliate, CES, Harvard University