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Le·on·tief(lē-ôn′tyĕf, -ŏn′-), Wassily 1905-1999.
German-born American economist. He won a 1973 Nobel Prize for devising the input-output technique of economic analysis.
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Le•on•ti•ef(liˈɒn tiˌɛf, -əf)
Wassily, 1906–99, U.S. economist, born in Russia: Nobel prize 1973.
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