About the Author
Yuji Sato is Professor of Economics at Shonan Institute of Technology, Kanagawa, Japan. His previous positions include Associate Professor of Economics at Toyama University of International Studies, Toyama, Japan. A specialist in classical monetary theory and in classical economics, he has published articles on Adam Smith, Thomas R. Malthus, David Ricardo, and the history of monetary thought. He is the co-editor of Money and Finance in the History of Economic Thought.
After having obtained a master degree in the faculty of economics of Osaka City University, Susumu Takenaga was in Paris for two years to study in the doctor course of the Paris University 10 (Nanterre) and received his Ph.D in economics in 1984 with a dissertation on the theory of value of Marx in relation with the classical theory. He is Professor at Daitobunka University in Tokyo since 1996, teaching the history of economics. His research interests are in the English classical economics including Smith and Ricardo, Marx and the history of Marxism, and also Keynesian and Post-Keynesian economics.