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Kuznets, Simon, 1901-1985

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Personal name headingKuznets, Simon, 1901-1985
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Variant(s)Kuznets, 1901-1985
קוזנץ, סימון, 1901-1985
Associated countryKharkiv, Ukraine
Birth date19010430
Death date19850708
Place of birthPinsk, Belarus
Field of activityEconomics
AffiliationWharton School
Johns Hopkins University
Harvard University
National Bureau of Economic Research
Special noteEarlier catalog hdg.: Kuznets, Simon Smith, 1901-
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Found inHis Cyclical fluctuations.
National income and capital formation, 1937: t.p. (Simon Kuznets)
OCLC database, Feb. 14, 1997 (hdg.: Kuznets, Simon Smith, 1901-; usage: Simon Kuznets, Kuznets, Simon S. Kuznets)
Wikipedia, Apr. 29, 2009: (Simon Kuznets; Simon Smith Kuznets (Apr. 30, 1901-July 8, 1985) was an American economist at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania who won the 1971 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences)
Political arithmetic, 2013: ECIP data (born in Pinsk, Russia, on April 30, 1901; went to high school in Kharkov; emigrated to the United States in 1922, received his B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University, was research staff of the NBER from 1927 to 1961; held professional appointments in economics and statistics at the University of Pennsylvania (1930-54), Johns Hopkins University (1954-60) and Harvard University (1960-71). During 1932-34, he served in the Department of Commerce, where he constructed the first official estimates of U.S. national income, and later served as an adviser to the governments of China, Japan, India, Korea, Taiwan, and Israel in the establishment of their national systems of economic information)