Category Archives: Laszlo Csapo

A Note about Laszlo Csapo; “Economics is a Serious Business”

Peter Burley and Laszlo Csapo coauthored an illuminating article:

Burley, Peter and Csapo, Laszlo, (1992) Money Information in Lonergan-von Neumann Systems, Economic Systems Research, Vol 4, No. 2, 1992 [Burley and Csapo, 1992-1]  

In trying to find out something about Csapo, I came across an  article-lecture by Geoff Raby, from which I have excerpted four paragraphs about Csapo.

“The student protests began with the death of Hu Yaobang in April 1989. Over the weeks and months leading to the June 4 violence, the depth of the political divisions among the top leadership became apparent. As I watched wave after wave of protest groups pass by my apartment on Chang An Avenue and saw a student movement become a broadly based movement of the people until the military intervened, I kept recalling my Hungarian professor of comparative economic systems all those years ago at La Trobe University. Continue reading