# Tjalling Koopmans

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Dutch American economist

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## Why Is Tjalling Koopmans Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Tjalling Charles Koopmans was a Dutch-American mathematician and economist. He was the joint winner with Leonid Kantorovich of the 1975 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his work on the theory of the optimum allocation of resources. Koopmans showed that on the basis of certain efficiency criteria, it is possible to make important deductions concerning optimum price systems.

## Tjalling Koopmans's Published Works

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- ACTIVITY ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTION AND ALLOCATION (1952) (2545)
- Assignment Problems and the Location of Economic Activities (1957) (2325)
- Studies in the Economics of Transportation. (1956) (2283)
- On the concept of optimal economic growth (1963) (1659)
- Stationary Ordinal Utility and Impatience (1960) (1495)
- Three Essays on the State of Economic Science (1958) (1020)
- Optimal Taxation of Capital Income in General Equilibrium with Infinite Lives (1986) (743)
- Measurement Without Theory (1947) (701)
- Statistical inference in dynamic economic models (1951) (355)
- Optimum Utilization of the Transportation System (1949) (338)
- The Identification of Structural Characteristics (1950) (290)
- Identification problems in economic model construction (1949) (285)
- Activity Analysis of Production and Allocation. (1952) (232)
- Studies in Econometric Method (1954) (223)
- STATIONARY UTILITY AND TIME PERSPECTIVE1 (1964) (191)
- EFFICIENT ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES (1949) (179)
- Linear Regression Analysis of Economic Time Series. (1938) (175)
- Objectives, Constraints, and Outcomes in Optimal Growth Models (1967) (172)
- Two papers on the representation of preference orderings : representation of preference orderings with independent components of consumption, and, Representation of preference orderings over time (1972) (126)
- Concepts of optimality and their uses (1976) (115)
- Additively decomposed quasiconvex functions (1982) (104)
- Serial Correlation and Quadratic Forms in Normal Variables (1942) (104)
- On Flexibility of Future Preference (1962) (80)
- On the definition and computation of a capital stock invariant under optimization (1972) (78)
- Tanker Freight Rates and Tankship Building. (1939) (72)
- The Dynamics of Inflation (1942) (71)
- Maximizing Stationary Utility in a Constant Technology (1969) (70)
- Activity analysis of production and allocation : proceedings of a conference (1952) (68)
- Tanker freight rates and tankship building : an analysis of cyclical fluctuations (1939) (59)
- Statistical Estimation of Simultaneous Economic Relations (1945) (53)
- Intertemporal Distribution and ‘Optimal’ Aggregate Economic Growth (1967) (52)
- Economic Growth at a Maximal Rate (1964) (52)
- Proof for a Case where Discounting Advances the Doomsday (1974) (50)
- Some Observations on 'Optimal' Economic Growth and Exhaustible Resources (1973) (50)
- Selected Topics in Economics Involving Mathematical Reasoning (1959) (48)
- Koopmans on the Choice of Variables to be Studies and the Methods of Measurement: A Reply (1949) (46)
- Water Storage Policy in a Simplified Hydroelectric System (1957) (43)
- Examples of Production Relations Based on Microdata (1977) (38)
- A Note About Kantorovich's Paper, “Mathematical Methods of Organizing and Planning Production” (1960) (37)
- Toward a New Iron Age? Quantitative Modeling of Resource Exhaustion (1987) (37)
- Economics among the Sciences (1979) (33)
- The Logic of Econometric Business-Cycle Research (1941) (30)
- Is the Theory of Competitive Equilibrium With It (1974) (21)
- STATIONARY UTILITY AND TIME PREFERENCE (1962) (18)
- Convexity Assumptions, Allocative Efficiency, and Competitive Equilibrium (1961) (16)
- Methodological issues quantitative economics (1949) (13)
- VIII. On the Use of Mathematics in Economics (1954) (12)
- Appendix to 'On the Concept of Optimal Economic Growth' (1963) (12)
- The Degree of Damping in Business Cycles (1940) (11)
- Scientific Papers of Tjalling C. Koopmans (1970) (9)
- Cowles Commission For Research In Economics Monograph No.10 (1950) (9)
- On the Evaluation of Kantorovich's Work of 1939 (1962) (7)
- The Transition from Exhaustible to Renewable or Inexhaustible Resources (1978) (6)
- A Model of a Continuing State with Scarce Capital (1971) (5)
- THE ALLOCATION OF SWITCHING WORK IN A SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION YARDS (1953) (5)
- Structure of preference over time (1966) (5)
- Constancy and Constant Differences of Price Elasticities of Demand (1982) (5)
- The Klein-Goldberger Forecasts for 1951, 1952 and 1954, Compared with Naive-Model Forecasts (1956) (5)
- Toward Partial Redirection of Econometrics: Comments (1952) (4)
- Distributed Lags in Dynamic Economics (1941) (3)
- Note on a social system composed of hierarchies with overlapping personnel (1969) (3)
- Stationary utility and time perspective . On the existence of a subinvariant measure (1964) (3)
- On the Existence of a Subinvariant Measure (1964) (3)
- Proportional Growth and Turnpike Theorems (1963) (2)
- La Loi de Divergence: discussion (1949) (1)
- Energy and Economic Growth: Discussion (1978) (1)
- Global resources : perspectives and alternatives (1980) (0)
- Scientific Papers of Tjalling C. Koopmans. Vol. II. (1987) (0)
- EFFICIENCY ASPECTS OF DISPERSAL OF POPULATION AND INDUSTRY (1951) (0)
- A simple model of a capital stock in equilibrium with the technology and the preferences (1982) (0)
- Tin Restriction and Tin Price. (1941) (0)
- Winners of the 1990 Tjalling C. Koopmans Econometric Theory Prize (1993) (0)
- Three papers on identification problems (1951) (0)
- Two book reviews (1947) (0)
- The Tjalling C. Koopmans Econometric Theory Prize: 1988–1990 (1992) (0)
- Winners of the 1992 Tjalling C. Koopmans Econometric Theory Prize (1993) (0)
- The Dynamics of Inflation: A Reply (1942) (0)
- Mathematical Studies. S. S. Wilks (1944) (0)
- Forecasting Postwar Demand: Discussion (1945) (0)
- Approaches to business cycle analysis (1949) (0)
- Systems of Linear Production Functions (1948) (0)

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