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John Weeks

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Date of Birth: 1941
Birth Nation: United States

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1941 Born in United States OF America.
1973 Published his First Book
2014 Published Economic of 1%

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Born in United States OF America.

Great economist John Weeks was born in 1941 to his parents. He has pursued his career in the field of economics as a professor of economics and as an author of numerous books.


Published his First Book

Economist Weeks has published his first book named “Military Smallarms of the Twentieth Century” along with Lan V. Hogg. Further, he has published numbers of books related to the economic system and economic theory.


Published Economic of 1%

In this year Weeks has published book titled “Economics of the 1%: How Mainstream, Economics Serves…”. Till this date author John Weeks has published numbers of books.


John Weeks joined the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London as a Professor. Talking more about his interest, Weeks enjoy research mainly in theoretical and policy-applied macroeconomics and development. He has published numbers of books regarding economics.  

Moreover, Weeks has credited for “The theory of competition”, which promotes the market subject like a producer, consumers, and workers. As the economist has published several books for the welfare and regarding economics such as Economics of the 1%, Panama, Development Strategy, the Economy of Sierra Leone, Capital & Exploitation, and much more.

Regarding his ethnicity, Weeks belongs to a white ethnic background and holds an American nationality. Economist Weeks is not open to the public about his personal life because of that, his affairs, married relation, and other private information are behind the curtain.

Looking towards John's financial status, Weeks earns a good amount as an author and a professor. Concerning that, we can assume he has a net worth in million of dollars.