The frontiers of knowledge in the various fields of our subject are expanding at such a rate that, work as hard as one can, one finds oneself further and further away from an understanding of the whole.
- James Meade, Nobel-winning British economist, author, and professor, who was born June 23, 1907. He dedicated his life to developing theories of international economics, particularly those that confront issues of unemployment. He worked for Oxford, Cambridge, the London School of Economics, and the League of Nations during his prolific career. An advocate for higher learning, his models are still widely learned and practiced today.