Template:Infobox economist/doc

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To use this template, copy the text below to the top of the biography. All fields are optional, and if left blank will not appear in the Infobox. The exception is {{{name}}}, which if omitted will be inherited from the title of the article.

{{Infobox economist
| name             = 
| school_tradition = 
| color            = 
| image            = 
| image_size       = 
| caption          = 
| birth_date       = <!--{{birth date and age|YYYY|MM|DD}}-->
| birth_place      =
| death_date       = 
| death_place      =
| nationality      = 
| institution      = 
| field            = 
| alma_mater       = 
| opposed          = 
| influences       = 
| influenced       = 
| contributions    = 
| awards           = 
| signature        = <!-- file name only -->
| repec_prefix =   | repec_id =


  • birth_date: use the template {{birth date and age}} if alive and {{birth date}} if dead.
  • death_date: use the template {{death date and age}} if dead.
  • School/tradition should be selected from the list of Schools of economic thought
  • Color: is used to designate specific schools of thought
    • Austrian School - firebrick
    • Chicago School - maroon
    • Classical - lightgreen
    • Feminist - lightsteelblue
    • Freiburg School - darkgreen
    • Georgist - CadmiumOrange
    • Keynesian School - darkorange
    • Marxist - darkblue
    • Neo Classical - indigo
    • New institutional school - black
  • IDEAS/RePEc: search for IDs here
  • Entries in Influences, Opposed, Influenced, and Contributions should be explained in the main text of one of the articles. Those that are not mentioned in the main text may be deleted.
  • Opposed refers to persons or schools whose ideas were opposed by this economist. Randall Collins (1998: 379-380) argues that the most important relationships in shaping the evolution of philosophies are "rivalrous" relationships, between opposing thinkers. There may well be overlap between Opposed and Influences (as, for example, Aristotle was both influenced by and opposed to Plato).
Collins, Randall. 1998. The Sociology of Philosophies: A Global Theory of Intellectual Change. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University. ISBN 0674001877


The HTML markup produced by this template includes an hCard microformat, which makes the person's details parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue articles across Wikipedia or via a browser tool operated by a reader, to (for example) add the subject to an address book or database. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project.


Date-of-birth ("bday") information will only be included in the microformat if {{birth date}}, {{birth date and age}}, {{birth-date}} or {{birth-date and age}} are used in the infobox. (but do not use these if the date is before 1583).

To include a URL, use {{URL}}.

Please do not remove instances of these sub-templates.


hCard uses HTML classes including:

  • adr
  • agent
  • bday
  • birthplace
  • category
  • country-name
  • deathdate
  • deathplace
  • extended-address
  • family-name
  • fn (required)
  • given-name
  • honorific-prefix
  • honorific-suffix
  • label
  • locality
  • n
  • nickname
  • note
  • org
  • role
  • url
  • vcard

Please do not rename or remove these classes; nor collapse nested elements which use them.