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David Hale - a sensei who will be much missed

Respected economist who died in Oct could "walk with kings" but never lost the "common touch"


IF economics was regarded by the Victorian essayist Thomas Carlyle as the "dismal science", then David Hale - a highly gifted international economist who died quite suddenly last month at home in Chicago after a brief illness - was someone who helped to change that gloomy perception