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 (săm′yo͞o-əl-sən, -yo͝ol-sən), Joan Benoit


, Paul Anthony 1915-2009.
American economist who wrote the classic textbook Economics (1948) and advised Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. He won the 1970 Nobel Prize for improving the analytical methods used in economic theory.


(ˈsæm yu əl sən, -yəl-)
Paul A(nthony), born 1915, U.S. economist: Nobel prize 1970.
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In 1962, Samuelson derived a Walrasian-like production function by creating an index for capital from the many equations that capture the technique of production of firms that populate the economy (Samuelson, 1966, V.
Paul Anthony Samuelson nacio en Gary, Indiana, Estados Unidos, el 15 de mayo de 1915, en plena primera guerra mundial.
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Galbraith pere stands in here for a raft of postwar Keynesians whose names appear in the book only briefly, especially Paul Samuelson (no relation to the author), James Tobin, and Robert Solow--all Nobel Prize winners, and the real architects of the Keynesian consensus of those years.
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On a hot July day in 1922, Ralph Samuelson convinced his brother Ben to pull him up out of the wasters of the Mississippi River and into sports history.