Introduction to the Tinbergen Centennial Issue
On April 12, 2003 it was hundred years ago that Jan Tinbergen was born. In 1969 he received, together with Ragnar Frisch, the first Nobel Prize in Economics 'for having developed and applied dynamic models for the analysis of economic processes'. In this issue of De Economist, which commemorates Tinbergen's 100th anniversary, three other Nobel laureates, viz. Paul Samuelson, Lawrence Klein and Robert Solow, give their views on this and other contributions by Tinbergen to economic science. In addition this issue contains six articles giving present-day views on topics which were high on Tinbergen's research agenda, as well as an overview of articles Tinbergen wrote for De Economist.
|Keywords||Jan Tinbergen, economic theory|
Cornelisse, P.A., Don, F.J.H., & van Dijk, H.K.. (2004). Introduction to the Tinbergen Centennial Issue. De Economist, 161–165. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/11376