from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Samuelson, Joan Benoit See Joan Benoit Samuelson.
- Samuelson, Paul Anthony Born 1915. American economist who wrote the classic textbook Economics (1948) and advised Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. He won the 1970 Nobel Prize for improving the analytical methods used in economic theory.
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- proper n. An English and Ashkenazic Jewish patronymic surname derived from the given name Samuel.
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First, I think Samuelson is right, Bhagwati wrong.
The intellectual firepower migh still be there, but it's unlikely that they will have as great an impact, as the field has become too diverse and specialized to make such sweeping advancements as those in Samuelson's generation.
Hello, Tyler, you're going to blow off Paul Samuelson because dithering Dan says he's "not convinced," although Dan's "not an economist," and he "hasn't seen the essay," and Samuelson is "way ... way smarter" than Dan?
Samuelson is working on principles as a basis for a new statutory framework.
From what I can tell Samuelson is pointing out however that if their productivity growth in sectors were WE have a comparative advantage is faster than in their other sectors, then they will turn the TERMS OF TRADE against us.
Steve Lohr breathlessly reports in the New York Times that Nobel prize winner and undisputed godfather of modern economic theory Paul Samuelson is coming out with an article in the Journal of Economic Perspectives on outsourcing that contradicts the ma ...
Evidently, Nobel Laureate Paul Samuelson is going to make that claim.
What both sides are trying to avoid discussing, according to Samuelson, is the anomalous structure of entitlement spending.
From the NYT article Samuelson is saying economists have understood this all along.
The economic arguement, that mass migration of low skill, low wage workers depresses the wages for those in the lower skill part of American society made by Mr. Krugman, Dean Baker and Robert Samuelson is factually true.
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