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Mundell, Robert A

LC control no.n 50031983
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Personal name headingMundell, Robert A.
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Variant(s)Mundell, R. A. (Robert A.)
Associated countryCanada United States
Birth date1932-10-24
Death date2021-04-04
Place of birthKingston (Ont.)
Place of deathItaly
Field of activityEconomics
AffiliationColumbia University University of Washington Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Profession or occupationEconomists
Found inHis Growth, stability, and inflationary finance, 1965.
Debt, deficit and economic performance, c1992: CIP t.p. (Prof. of Econ., Columbia U.)
OCLC database, 6/10/93 (hdgs.: Mundell, Robert A.; Mundell, Robert Alexander, 1932- ; usage: Robert A. Mundell; Robert Mundell)
Growth and inflation in China, 1996: CIP t.p. (R.A. Mundell) galley (Robert Mundell)
Washington post WWW site, viewed April 7, 2021 (in obituary dated April 6, 2021: Robert A. Mundell, a Nobel Prize-winning economist who helped shape economic policy on both sides of the Atlantic as an intellectual architect of the euro and President Ronald Reagan's supply-side tax cuts, died April 4 at the 16th-century palazzo where he lived in the countryside near Siena, Italy. He was 88. Robert Alexander Mundell was born in Kingston, Ontario, on Oct. 24, 1932. Dr. Mundell studied economics and Slavonic studies at the University of British Columbia, where he received a bachelor's degree in 1953, and then received a master's degree from the University of Washington in 1954. He received a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1956, also studying at the London School of Economics. In 1974, he joined Columbia University, where he became a professor emeritus)
Associated languageeng
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