James Tobin

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Nobel prize medal.svg James Tobin
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Tobin in 1962
Born5 Mairch 1918(1918-03-05)
Champaign, Illinois, Unitit States
Died11 Mairch 2002(2002-03-11) (aged 84)
New Haven, Connecticut, USA
NaitionalityUnitit States
InstitutionYale Varsity
Cowles Commission
FieldMacroeconomics
Schuil or
tradeetion
Neo-Keynesian economics
Alma materHarvard Varsity
Doctoral
advisor
Joseph Schumpeter
Doctoral
students
Edmund Phelps
William Brainard
Koichi Hamada[1]
Duncan K. Foley
Janet Yellen[2]
Willem Buiter
Hiroshi Yoshikawa[3]
InfluencesKeynes · Hansen · Haberler · Slichter · Chamberlin · Baumol · Leontief · Knight
InfluencedSamuelson · Metzler · Galbraith · Bergson · Musgrave · Goodwin · Krugman · Griffith-Jones · Kaul · Wolff
ContreibutionsPortfolio theory
Keynesian economics
Tobin's q
Tobit model
Tobin Tax
Mundell–Tobin effect
AwairdsJohn Bates Clark Medal (1955)
Nobel Prize in Economics (1981)
Information at IDEAS / RePEc

James Tobin (5 Mairch 1918 – 11 Mairch 2002) wis an American economist that served on the Cooncil o Economic Advisers an consultit wi the Buird o Govrenors o the Federal Reserve Seestem, an taucht at Harvard an Yale Varsities.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Asada, Toichiro (2014-04-11). The Development of Economics in Japan: From the Inter-war Period to the 2000s. ISBN 9781317962168.
  2. WILL THE REAL JANET YELLEN STAND UP?
  3. Aoki, Masanao; Yoshikawa, Hiroshi (2006). Reconstructing macroeconomics: a perspective from statistical physics and combinatorial stochastic processes. Japan-U.S. Center Sanwa monographs on international financial markets. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. p. xvii. ISBN 9780521831062.