Market Mechanisms and Maximization

Samuelson, Paul A.

Edité par The Rand Corporation, 1949
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4to. 78 pp. Publication P-69 Mimeograh. . September 1945. M64. N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : Market Mechanisms and Maximization
Éditeur : The Rand Corporation
Date d'édition : 1949
Etat du livre : Very Good

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SAMUELSON, Paul A.
Edité par Santa Monica, CA: The RAND Corporation (1949)
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Description du livre Santa Monica, CA: The RAND Corporation, 1949. Soft cover. État : Very Good. 1st Edition. 4to, pp. [3], 78; [1], 23. Three parts [all published] in two volumes, reproduced typescript. Original printed wrappers. FIRST EDITION, RARE PREPUBLICATION REPORTS. Samuelson "has been instrumental in helping to develop techniques such as linear programming and applying the=m to the theory of the firm . . . A paper written by Samuelson in 1949 for the RAND corporation, but not published until 1966, is acknowledged to be one of the clearest and most concise statements of the use of linear programming and maximisation of profits by the firm. See Paul A. Samuelson, "Market Mechanisms and Maximization," Collected Papers, Vol. 1, no. 33, pp. 425-90" (Breit & Ransom, The Academic Scribblers, p. 117). Paul Anthony Samuelson, the first American to receive the Nobel Prize in Economics (in 1970), has often been called "the father of modern economics" due to the fact that he, more than anyone else, was responsible for incorporating the use of mathematics and the principles of optimization that characterize the modern paradigm of economic analysis. N° de réf. du libraire ABE-1475865139080

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