Sir John Richard Hicks was a British economist and Nobel Laureate, who had made many important contributions to economic science. He had an extraordinary talent to think ahead of time and his theories are regarded as standard economic theories even today. No wonder he is esteemed as one of the most important and influential economists of the twentieth century. He worked in line with consumer demands and contributed much in this direction. Many of his works like IS/LM model, Value and Capital, etc. were popular among economic aspirants. His unparalleled effort to revive economics and his urge to learn more and more was recognized by the world and he was honored with the prestigious Nobel Prize in 1975. An insatiable hunger for knowledge followed him throughout his life and he did several research studies to quench this. He was a research fellow in much prestigious institution and never hesitated to share the knowledge he gathered. Want to know more about Sir John Richard Hicks? Read on!