Paul Samuelson Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Paul Samuelson Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Economist Paul Samuelson including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Paul Samuelson
Real Name Paul Samuelson
Profession Economists
Famous as Economist
Nationality American
Religion Jewish
Personal Life of Paul Samuelson
Born on 15 May 1915
Birthday 15th May
Died At Age 94
Sun Sign Taurus
Born in Gary
Died on 13 December 2009
Place of death Belmont
City Indiana
Family Background of Paul Samuelson
Father Frank Samuelson
Mother Ella Lipton Samuelson
Siblings Robert Sommers
Spouse/Partner Marion Crawford Samuelson
Children Jane Samuelson Raybould, Margaret Crawford-Samuelson, William Samuelson, Robert Samuelson, John Samuelson, Paul Samuelson
Education Hyde Park High School, Chicago (1931), BA Economics, University of Chicago (1935), MA Economics, Harvard University (1936), PhD Economics, Harvard University (1941)
Founder/Co-Founder neo-Keynesian economics
Awards 1970 – Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
Personal Fact of Paul Samuelson

American Economist Paul Anthony Samuelson was the winner ofthe Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1970. Often referred to as the Father of Modern Economics, he pioneered the inclusion of mathematics with the theories ofeconomics.Before him,economics was taught based on verbal explanations and vague derivations.

He introduced the language of mathematics to validate its theories and principles which justified economics as a science accommodating both logic and rationality. At a very young age he became an author and published several books: his best-seller Economics: An Introductory Analysis broke all records and become the most recommended textbook for students around the globe. He was also appointed as an advisor for several American presidents.

Above all, he was a professor beyond compare. His sincerity and pure love for the subject attracted scholars andaspiring economists from all around the world to join the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he dedicated several years of service. Today it has become the most reputed institute for the economic sciences, with the bulk of its reputation pinned to the achievements of Paul Samuelson.


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