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Kenneth J. Arrow

Kenneth J. Arrow

The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1972, National Medal of Science - Behavioral and Social Science 2004
Co-nobelists: John R. Hicks

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Edition Statements:
Publication:1/3
Title:Social Choice and Individual Values
Author:Kenneth J. Arrow
Renewal Date:1991
Renewal IDRE517643
Original Registration Number:A668570
Date of Renewal:8 Jan., 1991
Date of Publication:27 Dec., 1963
Claimant:Kenneth J. Arrow(A)
Class Code:A
Limitation of Claim:New Matter: revisions & additions
2nd ed.
Publication:2/3
Title:Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences, 1959: Proceedings of the First Stanford Symposium
Author:Kenneth J. Arrow, Samuel Karlin, and Patrick Suppes
Renewal Date:1988
Renewal IDRE374980
Original Registration Number:A460149
Date of Renewal:25 Jan., 1988
Date of Publication:11 Aug., 1960
Claimant:Kenneth J. Arrow, Samual Karlin & Patrick Suppes(A)
Class Code:A
Publication:3/3
Title:Studies in Applied Probability and Management Science
Author:Kenneth J. Arrow, Samual Karlin and Herbert Scarf
Renewal Date:1990
Renewal IDRE478818
Original Registration Number:A56898
Date of Renewal:30 Jan., 1990
Date of Publication:16 Apr., 1962
Claimant:Kenneth J. Arrow, Samual Karlin & Herbert Scarf(A)
Class Code:A

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Name: Kenneth J. Arrow
Birth: 23 August 1921, New York, NY, USA
Death: 21 February 2017, Palo Alto, CA, USA
Institution: Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
Award: "for their pioneering contributions to general economic equilibrium theory and welfare theory"
Subject: general equilibrium theory, welfare theory
Portion of Cash: 1/3
Contribution: Constructed a micro theory of portfolio management for individual wealth holders.
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