Edward R. Dewey

Edward R. Dewey


Edward Russel Dewey (1895-1978) was an economist who studied cycles in economics and other fields.

Read more about Edward R. Dewey:  Dewey's Cycles Work, The Foundation For The Study of Cycles

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