Charaiveti: An academic's journey-13

If there was any economist who deserved more than one Nobel Prize it was Kenneth Arrow, whom I have always regarded as the greatest economist of the 20th century


Inspired by Solow’s lectures in some of my dissertation chapters I used the idea that low productivity in poor countries might be due to old machines being scrapped later

Shortly after my arrival at Cambridge I struck up a warm friendship with a very bright young faculty member, Jim Mirrlees (who was to get the Nobel Prize later), recently
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