Frontiers of Economics: Nobel Laureates of the Twentieth Century

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Frontiers of Economics: Nobel Laureates of the Twentieth Century
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • The Economics Nobel Prize at a Glance (1969-1999) xxvii
  • 1 - The Nobel Prize in Economics: 1
  • 2 - Ragnar Frisch (1895-1973): 9
  • 3 - Jan Tinbergen (1903-1994): 19
  • Recommended Readings 26
  • 4 - Paul Samuelson (1915-): 27
  • 5 - Simon Kuznets (1901-1985): 37
  • 6 - Kenneth Arrow (1921-): The 45
  • Recommended Readings 53
  • 7 - John Hicks (1904-1989): 55
  • 8 - Wassily Leontief (1906-1999): 63
  • Recommended Readings 72
  • 9 - Friedrich Hayek (1899-1992): 75
  • Recommended Readings 82
  • 10 - Gunnar Myrdal (1898-1987): 83
  • 11 - Leonid Kantorovich (1912-1986): 93
  • 12 - Tjalling Koopmans (1910-1985): 99
  • 13 - Milton Friedman (1912-): 109
  • Recommended Readings 115
  • 14 - James Meade (1907-1995): 117
  • 15 - Bertil Ohlin (1899-1979): 123
  • Recommended Readings 128
  • 16 - Herbert Simon (1916-2001): 129
  • 17 - Arthur Lewis (1915-1991): 137
  • 18 - Theodore Schultz (1902-1998): 147
  • 19 - Lawrence Klein (1920-): 157
  • Recommended Readings 164
  • 20 - James Tobin (1918-): 165
  • Recommended Readings 170
  • 21 - George Stigler (1911-1991): 171
  • 22 - Gerard Debreu (1921-): 181
  • 23 - Richard Stone (1913-1991): 189
  • 24 - Franco Modigliani (1918-): 199
  • 25 - James Buchanan (1919-): 207
  • 26 - Robert Solow (1924-): 213
  • 27 - Maurice Allais (1911-): 221
  • Recommended Readings 226
  • 28 - Trygve Haavelmo (1911-1999): 227
  • Recommended Readings 234
  • 29 - Harry Markowitz (1927-): 237
  • Recommended Readings 241
  • 30 - Merton Miller (1923-2000): 243
  • Recommended Readings 250
  • 31 - William Sharpe (1934-): 253
  • Recommended Readings 256
  • 32 - Ronald Coase (1910-): 257
  • Recommended Readings 264
  • 33 - Gary Becker (1930-): 265
  • 34 - Robert Fogel (1926-): 273
  • 35 - Douglass North (1920-): 283
  • 36 - John Harsanyi (1920-2000): 291
  • 37 - John Nash (1928-): 299
  • Recommended Readings 307
  • 38 - Reinhard Selten (1930-): 309
  • 39 - Robert Lucas Jr. (1937-): 319
  • 40 - James Mirrlees (1936-): 333
  • 41 - William Vickrey (1914-1996): 339
  • 42 - Robert Merton (1944-): 351
  • 43 - Myron Scholes (1941-): 359
  • Recommended Readings 365
  • 44 - Amartya Sen (1933-): 367
  • 45 - Robert Mundell (1932-): 381
  • Index 389
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