Recollections of Eminent Economists
This is a collection of essays by distinguished economists in which they recollect aspects of their research work. They are linked by a common theme - their involvement in government and business. The essays cover a wide range of subjects including microeconomics and development economics.
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My Work on International Monetary Problems
Confessions of an Incurable Romantic
The Life of an Economist
Reflections on the Drive to Technological Maturity
The Radical Reflections of an Applied Economist
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