By a protokeynesian called Paul Cookman?
It's actually not known how he died. It is widely believe that he died in a fire. Some believe he escaped to Suriname and lived under a different name.
Look, there's an obscure reference in a quote shared by Hayek about a murder.I'm really not sure how much more proof you need than that!
Lionel Robbins also claims his murder by his valet(not cook) in his History of Thought lectures at the LSE.
I've heard before that he was murdered, though not who by.
The salmon mousse?
It's been claimed that he fabricated his own death to end a lot of litigation and yes, apparently some personal papers of his were found in Surinam years later
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Daniel Kuehn is a doctoral candidate and adjunct professor in the Economics Department at American University. He has a master's degree in public policy from George Washington University.