Paul Samuelson

Paul Samuelson



Full Name: Paul Anthony Samuelson

Born: May 15, 1915
Birthplace: Gary, Indiana, U.S.A.
Died: December 13, 2009

Occupation: Economist
Profile: Awarded the 1970 Nobel Prize in Economics. Best known for Economics: An Introductory Analysis.

Website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Samuelson
Number of Quotes: 3




Even children learn in growing up that both is not an admissible answer to a choice of which one?

Profits are the lifeblood of the economic system, the magic elixir upon which progress and all good things depend ultimately. But one man's lifeblood is another man's cancer.

The consumer, so it is said, is the king ... each is a voter who uses his money as votes to get the things done that he wants done.

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