On Paul Samuelson
Challenge, 2010, vol. 53, issue 2, 113-116
Paul Samuelson was one of the few men who earned himself a significant place in economics. He was in himself a starting point. We are fortunate to have Robert Solow, his colleague and long-time friend, discuss how Samuelson changed economics. Samuelson was a member of Challenge's Editorial Advisory Board since 1973.
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