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Paul Anthony Samuelson was an American economist. The first American to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, the Swedish Royal Academies stated, when awarding the prize in 1970, that he "has done more than any other contemporary economist to raise the level of scientific analysis in economic theory". Economic historian Randall E. Parker has called him the "Father of Modern Economics", and The New York Times considered him to be the "foremost academic economist of the 20th century".

Source: Wikipedia- The Pure Theory of Public Expenditure
- An Exact Consumption-Loan Model of Interest with or without the Social Contrivance of Money
- Lifetime Portfolio Selection By Dynamic Stochastic Programming
- Theoretical Notes on Trade Problems
- A Note on Measurement of Utility
- Diagrammatic Exposition of a Theory of Public Expenditure
- Interactions between the Multiplier Analysis and the Principle of Acceleration
- Social Indifference Curves
- International Trade and the Equalisation of Factor Prices
- Consumption Theory in Terms of Revealed Preference
- ECONOMICS OF FORESTRY IN AN EVOLVING SOCIETY
- The Transfer Problem and Transport Costs, II: Analysis of Effects of Trade Impediments
- Prices of Factors and Good in General Equilibrium
- Where Ricardo and Mill Rebut and Confirm Arguments of Mainstream Economists Supporting Globalization
- International Factor-Price Equalisation Once Again
- Parable and Realism in Capital Theory: The Surrogate Production Function
- A Summing Up
- General Proof that Diversification Pays
- The Stability of Equilibrium: Comparative Statics and Dynamics
- The Transfer Problem and Transport Costs: The Terms of Trade When Impediments are Absent
- The Problem of Integrability in Utility Theory
- Probability, Utility, and the Independence Axiom
- Tax Deductibility of Economic Depreciation to Insure Invariant Valuations
- A Theory of Induced Innovation along Kennedy-Weisacker Lines
- The Pasinetti Paradox in Neoclassical and More General Models
- Fallacy of the log-normal approximation to optimal portfolio decision-making over many periods
- Ohlin Was Right
- The Long-Term Case for Equities
- Optimum Social Security in a Life-Cycle Growth Model
- EVALUATION OF REAL NATIONAL INCOME
- Heckscher-Ohlin Trade Theory with a Continuum of Goods
- Aspects of Public Expenditure Theories
- The Optimum Growth Rate for Population
- Proof That Properly Discounted Present Values of Assets Vibrate Randomly
- The Gains from International Trade
- The judgment of economic science on rational portfolio management
- A Complete Capital Model involving Heterogeneous Capital Goods
- Facets of Balassa-Samuelson Thirty Years Later
- A Synthesis of the Principle of Acceleration and the Multiplier
- Using Full Duality to Show that Simultaneously Additive Direct and Indirect Utilities Implies Unitary Price Elasticity of Demand
- Why we should not make mean log of wealth big though years to act are long
- Balanced Growth under Constant Returns to Scale
- What Classical and Neoclassical Monetary Theory Really was
- Efficient Portfolio Selection for Pareto-Levy Investments
- Some Aspects of the Pure Theory of Capital
- Mathematics of Speculative Price
- Notes on Turnpikes: Stable and unstable
- The Empirical Implications of Utility Analysis
- How Deviant Can You Be?
- Asset allocation could be dangerous to your health
- Is Real-World Price a Tale Told by the Idiot of Chance?
- The Numerical Representation of Ordered Classifications and the Concept of Utility
- Trade pattern reversals in time-phased Ricardian systems and intertemporal efficiency
- The Consumer Does Benefit From Feasible Price Stability
- Lord Keynes and the General Theory
- The Stability of Equilibrium: Linear and Nonlinear Systems
- An Extension of the Lechatelier Principle
- A Modern Treatment of the Ricardian Economy: I. The Pricing of Goods and of Labor and Land Services
- The Evaluation of ‘Social Income’: Capital Formation and Wealth
- Credo of a Lucky Textbook Author
- Challenge to judgment
- The general saddlepoint property of optimal-control motions
- Out of the Closet: A Program For the Whig History of Economic Science: Keynote Address at History of Economics Society Boston Meeting, June 20, 1987
- Paul Douglas's Measurement of Production Functions and Marginal Productivities
- An economist's non-linear model of self-generated fertility waves
- Public Goods and Subscription TV: Correction of the Record
- Conditions That the Roots of a Polynomial be Less Than Unity in Absolute Value
- Steady-State and Transient Relations: A Reply on Reswitching
- A Ricardo-Sraffa Paradigm Comparing Gains from Trade in Inputs and Finished Goods
- The Nonswitching Theorem is False
- An exact Hume-Ricardo-Marshall model of international trade
- The Optimum Growth Rate for Population: Agreement and Evaluations
- Dynamics, Statics, and the Stationary State
- Mathematical Vindication of Ricardo on Machinery
- The Fundamental Singularity Theorem for Non-Joint Production
- The Relation Between Hicksian Stability and True Dynamic Stability
- Contrast between Welfare Conditions for Joint Supply and for Public Goods
- Consumption Theorems in Terms of Overcompensation Rather Than Indifference Comparisons
- A Note on Alternative Regressions
- Samuelson on Induced Innovation: Rejoinder: Agreements, Disagreements, Doubts, and the Case of Induced Harrod-Neutral Technical Change
- D. H. Robertson (1890-1963)
- Corrected Formulation of Direct and Indirect Additivity
- A. P. Lerner at Sixty
- Ricardo Was Right!
- The Capital Asset Pricing Model with Diverse Holding Periods
- The St. Petersburg Paradox as a Divergent Double Limit
- Bergsonian welfare economics
- Summary on Factor-Price Equalization
- Consumption-Loan Interest and Money: Reply
- Jacob Viner, 1892-1970
- A few remembrances of Friedrich von Hayek (1899–1992)
- The Normative and Positivistic Inferiority of Marx's Values Paradigm
- Alvin Hansen as a Creative Economic Theorist
- Analytical Notes on International Real-Income Measures
- LIFETIME PORTFOLIO SELECTION BY DYNAMIC STOCHASTIC PROGRAMMING
- Presidential Address The Way of an Economist
- Some uneasiness with the Coase Theorem
- Constructing an Unbiased Random Sequence
- Sraffa's Other Leg
- Optimality of Sluggish Predictors under Ergodic Probabilities
- Summing Up on the Australian Case for Protection
- Pitfalls in the Analysis of Public Goods
- Factor-Price Equalization By Trade In Joint and Non-Joint Production
- Schumpeter as a Teacher and Economic Theorist
- A Comment on Factor Price Equalisation
- A Brief Survey of Post-Keynesian Developments [1963]
- Comparison of linear and nonlinear models for human population dynamics
- Fiscal Policy and Income Determination
- An Economist's Non-Linear Model of Self-Generated Fertility Waves
- Second Thoughts on Analytical Income Comparisons
- Harold Hotelling as Mathematical Economist
- Remembering Joan
- The Keynes-Hansen-Samuelson multiplier-accelerator model of secular stagnation
- The Resurrection of Keynes
- Nonoptimality of Money Holding under Laissez Faire
- Professor Samuelson on Operationalism in Economic Theory: Comment
- A Modern Treatment of the Ricardian Economy:
- A Fundamental Multiplier Identity
- Bertil Ohlin 1899–1979
- Leontief's ‘the economy as a circular flow’: An introduction
- Keeping Whig History Honest
- What Makes for a Beautiful Problem in Science?
- IX. Some Psychological Aspects of Mathematics and Economics
- The End of Marginal Utility: A Note on Dr. Bernardelli's Article
- Maximum principles in analytical economics
- Time symmetry and asymmetry in population and deterministic dynamic systems
- EXTIRPATING ERROR CONTAMINATION CONCERNING THE POST-KEYNESIAN ANTI-PASINETTI EQUILIBRIUM
- THE TWO-PART GOLDEN RULE DEDUCED AS THE ASYMPTOTIC TURNPIKE OF CATENARY MOTIONS
- The World Economy at Century’s End
- Frank Knight's theorem in linear programming
- Free trade's intertemporal Pareto-optimality
- When it is ethically optimal to allocate money income in stipulated fractional shares
- Sraffa's hits and misses
- Sraffa's hits and misses
- Classical and Neoclassical harmonies and dissonances
- An Enjoyable Life Puzzling Over Modern Finance Theory
- The Rate of Interest Under Ideal Conditions
- Foundations of Economic Analysis.
- The General Theory [1946]
- The Law and Repeated Risktaking
- MARX AS MATHEMATICAL ECONOMIST
- Testing to confirm that Leontief–Sraffa matrix equations for input/output must obey constancy of returns to scale
- Revisionist findings on Sraffa
- Revisionist findings on Sraffa
- Infinity, Unanimity, and Singularity: A Reply
- Estimates of Unemployment in the United States
- Comparative Statics and the Logic of Economic Maximizing
- Sparks from Arrow’s Anvil
- Deterministic Chaos in Economics: An Occurrence in Axiomatic Utility Theory
- Modern Finance Theory Within One Lifetime
- Asymmetric or symmetric time preference and discounting in many facets of economic theory: A miscellany
- Complete work-up of the one-sector scalar-capital theory of interest rate: Third installment auditing Sraffa’s never-completed “Critique of Modern Economic Theory”
- Two Classics: Böhm-Bawerk's Positive Theory and Fisher's Rate of Interest Through Modern Prisms
- Abram Bergson, EconomistApril 21, 1914 – April 23, 2003
- Correcting the Ricardo Error Spotted in Harry Johnson's Maiden Paper
- Introduction: Mathematics in Economics--No, No or Yes, Yes, Yes?
- Reflections on Monetary Policy
- Alvin Hansen and the Interactions between the Multiplier Analysis and the Principle of Acceleration
- Limited Liability, Short Selling, Bounded Utility, and Infinite-Variance Stable Distributions
- The World Economy at Century's End
- Quesnay’s ‘Tableau Economique’ as a Theorist would Formulate it Today
- Two Conservation Laws in Theoretical Economics
- Interest rate equalization and nonequalization by trade in Leontief-Sraffa models
- The pros and cons of globalization
- A portrait of the master as a young man
- Thoughts on the Stockholm School and on Scandinavian economics
- On the Historiography of Economics: A Correspondence
- Harry G. Johnson (1923–1977): Scholar, Mentor, Editor, and Relentless World Traveler
- MAXIMIZING AND BIOLOGY
- Statistical Flowers Caught in Amber
- Exact Distribution of Continuous Variables in Sequential Analysis
- Reflections on Recent Federal Reserve Policy
- Foundations of Economic Analysis.
- Theories of Welfare Economics.
- Reflections on the Schumpeter I knew well
- Advance of Total Factor Productivity from Entrepreneurial Innovations
- A Modern Post-Mortem on Böhm's Capital Theory: Its Vital Normative Flaw Shared by Presraffian Mainstream Capital Theory
- Report card on Sraffa at 100
- Obituary
- Commemorating Richard Musgrave (1910–2007)
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis
- Paradoxes of Schumpeter's Zero Interest Rate
- Beat the Market: A Scientific Stock Market System.
- Comment
- Justice to the Australians
- Generalized Mean-Variance Tradeoffs for Best Perturbation Corrections to Approximate Portfolio Decisions
- Paradise Lost & Refound
- The Backward Art of Investing Money
- When Deregulation Makes Things Worse Before They Get Better
- Law of Conservation of the Capital-Output Ratio in Closed von Neumann Systems
- Durable capital inputs: Conditions for price ratios to be invariant to profit-rate changes
- Bertil Ohlin 1899–1979
- Conservation laws in economics
- Japan’s future financial structure
- Homage to Jan Tinbergen
- Testimonials
- Gottfried Haberler (1900–95)
- COMMENTS ON THE FAVORABLE-BET THEOREM
- Fitting General Gram-Charlier Series
- How Economics Has Changed
- Samuelson's "Economics" at Fifty: Remarks on the Occasion of the Anniversary of Publication
- Foundations of Economic Analysis.
- Theoretical Welfare Economics.
- Efficiency, Equality and the Ownership of Property.
- A Personal Tribute to John Harsanyi
- Characterizing an Area Condition Associated with Minimizing Systems
- Resolving a Historical Confusion in Population Analysis
- How a certain internal consistency entails the expected utility dogma
- The Fundamental Approximation Theorem of Portfolio Analysis in terms of Means, Variances and Higher Moments11Aid from the National Science Foundation is gratefully acknowledged, and from my M.I.T. students and co-researchers: Robert C. Merton, from whose conversations I have again benefited, and Dr. Stanley Fischer (now of the University of Chicago) whose 1969 M.I.T. doctoral dissertation, Essays on Assets and Contingent Commodities contains independently-derived results on compact distributions.
- Innovational progress sans thrift
- Tale of two macroeconomies
- Growth theory tries once again
- An economist even greater than his high reputation
- Marx on Rent: A Failure to Transform Correctly
- Samuelson'sEconomicsat Fifty: Remarks on the Occasion of the Anniversary of Publication
- The Analysis of Economic Time Series. Harold T. Davis
- TURNPIKE THEOREMS EVEN THOUGH TASTES ARE INTERTEMPORALLY DEPENDENT
- THE IRREDUCIBLE ROLE OF DERIVED MARGINAL UTILITY IN DYNAMIC STOCHASTIC PROGRAMMING
- Robert Solow: An Affectionate Portrait
- Samuelson on the Neoclassical Dichotomy: A Reply
- [Professor Samuelson on Free Enterprise and Economic Inefficiency: A Comment]: Reply
- The Life of Knut Wicksell
- Economics, An Introductory Analysis.
- Comment
- Illogisme de la doctrine néo-marxienne de l'échange inégal
- The Fallacy of Portable Alpha
- Reflections on the Schumpeter I knew well
- Reply by Professor Johnson to the Comments on his Paper
- Reply by Professor Khachaturov to the Comments on his Paper
- Reply by Dr Ohlin to the Comments on his Paper
- Reply by Professor Scitovsky to the Comments on his Paper
- Reply by Professor Myint to the Comments on his Paper
- Equalisation of Factor Prices by Sufficiently Diversified Production Under Conditions of Balanced Demand
- A Long-open Question on Utility and Conserved-energy Functions
- A Look at Italy
- Tragedy of the Commons: Efficiency Rents to the Rescue of Free-Road Inefficiencies and Paradoxes
- One Way to Measure How Much Second Best “Second Best” is
- Felicitation of Professor Sato at the Berkshires Conference, September 9, 2000
- A Coming Erosion of Advanced Nations’ Well-Being from World Trade?
- Economics and Thermodynamics: von Neumann’s Problematic Conjecture
- The Fitness Maximized by the Classical Canonical Economy: A Theme from Houthakker and R.A. Fisher
- A tribute to Richard Abel Musgrave
- Wall street and main street
- Speaking of the unspeakable: Pearl Harbor after fifty years and at the century's turn
- The next fifty years of Japan-US economic relations
- Budget constraints that are not soft
- INTRODUCTION
- FOREWORD
- GENERAL PROOF THAT DIVERSIFICATION PAYS****My thanks go to the Carnegie Corporation for providing me with a reflective year and to Mrs. F. Skidmore for research assistance.
- Testing the expected utility maximization hypothesis with limited experimental data
- Speculations about Japan and US relations in the coming decade
- Economic and cultural aspects of tomorrow’s multinational firms
- Future Asian stock market trends
- Some game theory anecdotes
- Pure theory aspects of industrial organization and globalization
- A few theoretical aspects of deregulation
- Theories of the feasible FIRST best
- Some theoretical and empirical thoughts on developmental analysis
- The narrowing of the world market
- U.S. economic prospects and policy options: impact on Japan–U.S. relations
- The U.S. and Japanese economies in the remaining Reagan years
- The law beats Maxwell's demon
- Economics of Forestry in an Evolving Society
- Sraffian Economics
- Book Reviews
- Some memories of Norbert Wiener
- Book Review: General equilibrium theory in international trade
- Local Proof of the Turnpike Theorem
- CLASSICAL ORBITAL STABILITY DEDUCED FOR DISCRETE-TIME MAXIMUM SYSTEMS
- An Elizabethan Age for Pure Trade Theory: 1925-55
- Heads, I Win, and Tails, You Lose
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis
- The Collected Scientific Papers of Paul A. Samuelson
- Economics, an Introductory Analysis
- Linear Programming and Economic Analysis
- The Impact of the Union: Eight Economic Theorists Evaluate the Labor Union Movement
- [D.H. Robertson]: Reply
- [The Consumer does Benefit from Feasible Price Stability]: Rejoinder
- Dynamic Growth under Diminishing Returns to Scale, and Balanced Growth under Constant Returns to Scale: A Brief Comment
- Linear Programming and Economic Analysis
- Linear Programming and Economic Analysis
- Recent Taxes on Mathematical Statistics
- Inflation, Trade, and Taxes.
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis.
- The Impact of the Union: Eight Economic Theorists Evaluate the Labor Union Movement.
- A Note on Professor Dan Usher's Contributions to National Income Comparisons
- International Trade and the National Income Multiplier.
- Linear Programming and Economic Analysis.
- From Wampum to Money-Supply Rules: The Documentary History of Banking in the United States
- Issues in Fiscal and Monetary Policy: The Electric Economist Views the Controversy.
- The Challenge of Industrial Relations: Trade Unions, Management, and the Public Interest.
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis.
- Economics: A General Introduction.
- Linear Programming and Economic Analysis.
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis.
- Investment Portfolio Decision-Making
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis
- Foundations of Economic Analysis
- Linear Programming and Economic Analysis
- Samhällsekonomi
- Economics: An Introductory Analysis
- Les fondements de l'analyse économique
- Honoring Founding Fathers of Modern Finance Economics
- FROM ECONOMIC WUNDERKIND TO POLICYMAKER
- L'économie mondiale à la fin du siècle
- Myths and realities about the Crash and depression*
- New Frontiers in Compliance
- A Classical Theorem for John Chipman
- A quintessential (ahistorical)Tableau Économique
- The State of the World Economy

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