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  2. Paul Samuelson | Biography, Nobel Prize, Books, Economics ...

    Paul Samuelson, in full Paul Anthony Samuelson, (born May 15, 1915, Gary, Indiana, U.S.—died December 13, 2009, Belmont, Massachusetts), American economist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 1970 for his fundamental contributions to nearly all branches of economic theory. Samuelson was educated at the University of Chicago (B.A., 1935) and at Harvard University (Ph.D ...

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  3. Nobel-Winning Paul Samuelson: Short Bio, Economic Research

    Paul Samuelson: The first American to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, which he received in 1970 for raising "the level of scientific analysis in economic theory." Samuelson's areas of ...

  4. Paul A. Samuelson – Biographical -

    In terms of economic philosophy, Professor Samuelson calls himself “a ‘modern’ economist… in the right wing of the Democratic New Deal economists.”. He was born in Gary, Indiana, in 1915. He received the degree of Bachelor of Arts from Chicago University in 1935, and the degrees of Master of Arts in 1936, and Doctor of Philosophy in ...

  5. Remembering Economist Paul Samuelson | PBS NewsHour

    The world lost one of the giants in modern economics Sunday when Nobel laureate Paul Samuelson died at his home in Belmont, Mass., at the age of 94. Samuelson became the first American to win a ...

  6. Maybe Paul Samuelson and his coauthors should’ve spent less ...

    Post navigation New open access journal on visualization and interaction “The series is inspired by Dan Ariely’s novel ‘Predictably Irrational’ . . .” Maybe Paul Samuelson and his coauthors should’ve spent less time on dominance games and “boss moves” and more time actually looking out at the world that they were purportedly describing.

  7. A Modest Proposal to Fix Social Security - Econlib

    In 1978, the economist Paul Samuelson wrote: “[O]ur Social Security system is also an actuarially unfunded system” in that current payouts were funded by current receipts, or “Pay-As-You-Go.” That is how Ida Fuller , the first person to retire under Social Security, received over $20,000 in checks despite having made just $22 in ...

  8. 15 May: Remembering Paul Samuelson on Birthday

    Paul Samuelson (15 May 1915 – 13 December 2009) was an American economist who made significant contributions to the field of economics through his research and writing. He was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1970.

  9. Paul Samuelson – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    Paul Anthony Samuelson (Gary, 15 de maio de 1915 — Middlesex, Massachusetts, 13 de dezembro de 2009) foi um economista norte-americano, amplamente reconhecido como um dos formuladores mais importantes da ciência economia moderna e figura de particular relevância na história do pensamento econômico em geral.

  10. How to pronounce Samuelson |

    It consisted of the brothers Rolf (1939–1981), Kjell (born 1942), Olle (born 1950) and Jard Samuelson Samuelson condition - The Samuelson condition, authored by Paul Samuelson, in the theory of public goods in economics, is a condition for the efficient provision of public goods.

  11. Ben Bernanke - Wikipedia

    From left to right: Janet Yellen, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, and Paul Volcker, May 1, 2014. In a speech at the American Economics Association conference in January 2014, Bernanke reflected on his tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve.

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