Rashi

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Ra·shi

 (rä′shē) Originally Solomon Bar Isaac. 1040-1105.
French rabbi whose influential commentaries on the Tanakh and Talmud are noted for their concision and clarity.
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(3) See Joel Slemrod & Shlomo Yitzhaki, The Costs of Taxation and the Marginal Efficiency Cost of Funds, 43 IMF STAFF PAPERS 172, 182 (1996).
Shlomo Yitzhaki said the governments and the Finance Ministry have refrained from publishing critical data on social welfare since the 1970s, Israel Radio reported.
Shlomo Yitzhaki, NBER and Hebrew University, "A Public Finance Approach to Assessing Poverty Alleviation"