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Who is Abram Bergson?
Abram Bergson was an American economist.
- also known as Бергсон, Абрам
- born in (101 years ago) in Baltimore
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Economist
- died on (12 years ago)
- written works: "Planning and productivity under Soviet socialism", "Managerial risks and rewards in public enterprise", "The Structure of Soviet Wages", "The real national income of Soviet Russia since 1928", "The study of Soviet wages", "Soviet post-war economic development", "Soviet economic growth", "Welfare, planning, and employment", "Economic trends in the Soviet Union", "Productivity and the social system", "Soviet national income and product, 1940-48", "Taste differences and optimal income distribution", "Essays in normative economics"
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A Guide to Laws and Theorems Named After Economists by Julio Segura, Carlos Rodríguez Braun
American economist Abram Bergson (l9l4-2003) was the first to propose the use of social welfare functions as a device to obtain social utility functions ...
Encyclopedia of Geography (2010)
by Barney Warf
Among Schumpeter's students were the economists James Tobin, Robert Heilbroner, Shigeto Tsuru, Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, Abram Bergson, Paul Samuelson, and Robert Solow; the latter two received the Nobel Prize in Economics.
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