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Paul Samuelson

Economist (15-May-1915 — 13-Dec-2009)

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E. Cary Brow; Robert M. Solow. Paul Samuelson and Modern Economic Theory. New York: McGraw-Hill. 1983. 210pp.

K. Puttaswamaiah. Paul Samuelson and the Foundations of Modern Economics. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. 2002. 265pp.

Michael Szenberg, Aron A. Gottesman, and Lall Ramrattan. Paul A. Samuelson: On Being an Economist. New York: Jorge Pinto Books. 2005. 149pp.

Stanley Wong. The Foundations of Paul Samuelson's Revealed Preference Theory. London: Routledge & Paul. 1978. 148pp.


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