Allan George Barnard Fisher

Allan George Barnard Fisher (26 Oct 1895 in Christchurch, New Zealand – 8 January 1976 in London, England) was a noted New Zealand-born economist.

Allan George Barnard Fisher
Born26 February 1895
Christchurch, New Zealand
Died8 June 1976
London, England
Scientific career
Fieldseconomics

Perhaps his most notable contribution was to investigate economic development in terms of the sequential dominance of different sectors of the economy: the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors (three-sector theory).[1][2]