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- Jacob and Paul Samuelson, Post-Keynesian. P.D.; S.W. // Journal of Post Keynesian Economics;Summer81, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p602
Discusses the scope of Post-Keynesian economics. Identification of Paul Samuelson, author of 'Economics,' as a Post-Keynesian; Types of econometric models preferred by the 'Journal of Post Keynesian Economics'; Doubts cast on Samuelson's adherence to Post-Keynesian economics.
- SOME MAJOR CHANGES IN THE PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS AS EXEMPLIFIED BY THE PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS OF PAUL SAMUELSON, 1948-1973. Brazelton, W. Robert // American Economist;Fall77, Vol. 21 Issue 2
Comments on the changes in the study of the principles of economics discussed din the textbook, 'Economics,' by Paul Samuelson. Basic differences in the definition of economic principles; Factors in judging the merits of the modern mixed economy according to Samuelson.
- PAUL SAMUELSON--THE THEORIST AS HISTORIAN OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT. O'Brien, D.P. // International Journal of Applied Economics & Econometrics;Jan-Mar2002, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p1
Discusses the contributions of Paul Samuelson to the science of economics, both as a theorist and as historian of economic thought during the twentieth century. Details of Samuelson's output in the history of economics; Educational and professional background; Approach to the history of...
- On Rereading Samuelson I: A Teacher's Perspective. McQueen, David // Challenge (05775132);Mar/Apr94, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p39
The article analyzes the book, Economics, by Paul Samuelson. By the author's expressed intention, few geometric diagrams--especially diagrams with abstract or stylized values along their axes--are provided. Many of the diagrams and most of the tables display official U.S. statistics. There is a...
- PAUL SAMUELSON ON HIS 90TH BIRTHDAY. Galbraith, John Kenneth // American Economist;Fall2007, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p39
The author reflects on the contribution of economist Paul Samuelson to the field of economics. He states that Samuelson had a particular role in bringing Keynesian theory into association with active economic policy in the U.S. He asserts that with Samuelson's movement to Massachusetts Institute...
- Economics, An Introductory Analysis. Levitan, Sar A. // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul49, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p611
The article reviews the book "Economics, an Introductory Analysis," by Paul A. Samuelson.
- PROPORTIONALITY AND THE NEOCLASSICAL PARABLES. Asimakopulas, A.; Harcourt, G.C. // Southern Economic Journal;Jan74, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p481
Demonstrates that the Paul A. Samuelson's model on surrogate production functions can be interpreted as a special case of Pierro Straffa's production system. Significance of Samuelson's proportionality assumption for the derivation; Derivation of the formula for the model; Restrictions placed...
- Economics from the Heart (Book). Kathman, Jane M. // Library Journal;6/15/1983, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p1248
Reviews the book 'Economics From the Heart: A Samuelson Sampler,' by Paul Samuelson.
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis. Cooper, Richard N. // Foreign Affairs;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p218
Reviews the book "Economics: An Introductory Analysis," by Paul A. Samuelson.