Paul Samuelson

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Nobel prize medal.svg Paul Samuelson
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Samuelson in 1997
Born Paul Anthony Samuelson
15 Mey 1915(1915-05-15)
Gary, Indiana, US
Died 13 December 2009(2009-12-13) (aged 94)
Belmont, Massachusetts, US
Naitionality Unitit States
Institution Massachusetts Institute o Technology
Field Macroeconomics
Schuil or
tradeetion
Neo-Keynesian economics
Alma mater Harvard Varsity, (Ph.D.)
Varsity o Chicago, (B.A.)
Doctoral
advisor
Joseph Schumpeter
Wassily Leontief
Doctoral
students
Lawrence Klein[1][2]
Robert C. Merton[3]
Influences Keynes • Schumpeter • Leontief • Haberler • Hansen • Wilson • Wicksell • Lindahl
Influenced Fischer • Solow • Phelps • Krugman • Stiglitz • Swamy
Contreibutions Neoclessical synthesis
Mathematical economics
Economic methodology
Revealed preference
Internaitional tred
Economic growth
Public guids
Awairds John Bates Clark Medal (1947)
Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences (1970)
Naitional Medal o Science (1996)
Information at IDEAS / RePEc

Paul Anthony Samuelson (Mey 15, 1915 – December 13, 2009) wis an American economist an the first American tae win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Business Cycles and Depressions: An Encyclopedia at Google Books
  2. De Vroey, Michel; Malgrange, Pierre (2012). "From The Keynesian Revolution to the Klein–Goldberger model: Klein and the Dynamization of Keynesian Theory". History of Economic Ideas. 20 (2): 113–36. 
  3. Merton, Robert C. (1970), Analytical optimal control theory as applied to stochastic and non-stochastic economics. Ph.D. dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.