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Samuelson, Paul A. (Paul Anthony) (1915 - 2009)

US economist. His major works include Foundations of Economic Analysis (1947) and Economics (1948). In 1970 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for

Sanctions

in law and ethics, any inducement to individuals or groups to follow or refrain from following a particular course of conduct. All societies impose

Savings and loan associations

(S&L), type of financial institution that was originally created to accept savings from private investors and to provide home mortgage services

Say, Jean Baptiste (1767 - 1832)

French political economist. Say is famous today as the originator of Say's Law , which English economist John Maynard Keynes in General Theory (1936)

Schacht, Hjalmar (1877 - 1970)

( yäl'mär shäkht ), 1877–1970, German financier. He held executive positions in several major German banks before becoming (1923) commissioner of

Open Scholes, Myron S. (1941 - )
Scholes, Myron S. (1941 - )

1941 Born in Timmins, Ontario, Canada. 1961 Received BA in economics from McMaster University, Ontario. 1964 Received MBA. 1968 Appointed associate

Schultz, Theodore (1902 - 1998)

US agricultural economist. In addition to producing his own work in agriculture, Schultz was an effective popularizer and disseminator of the ideas of

Schumacher, E. F. (Ernst Friedrich) (1911 - 1977)

1911 Born in Bonn, Germany. 1930 Rhodes Scholar, New College, Oxford. 1932 Earned diploma in economics, Columbia University, New York. 1933 Appointed

Open Schumpeter, Joseph Alois (1883 - 1950)
Schumpeter, Joseph Alois (1883 - 1950)

Born: February 8, 1883, in Triesch, Moravia, Austria-Hungary; Died: January 8, 1950, in Taconic, Connecticut; Austrian; business cycles, economic

Selten, Reinhard (1930 - 2016)

German economist who has made significant contributions to dynamic game theory and was one of the first to develop game theory as a behavioural study