Signed by Fifteen Nobel Prize-Winning Economists, Including Paul A. Samuelson; Milton Friedman; F.A. Hayek; Kenneth Arrow and Herbert A. Simon
First Day Cover Signed by Fifteen Nobel Prize-Winning Economists.
Samuelson, Paul A.; Milton Friedman; Jan Tinbergen; Simon Kuznets; John Hicks; Kenneth Arrow; Wassily Leontief; Gunnar Myrdal; Friedrich A. Hayek; Leonid Kantorovich; Tjalling Koopmans; James Meade; Herbert A. Simon and Lawrence Klein.$2,800.00
Item Number: 90351
First Day Cover for honoring 100th Anniversay of National Academy of Sciences, postmarked Oct. 14, 1963. Signed by 14 winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics. They include: Paul A. Samuelson (1970); Milton Friedman (1976); Jan Tinbergen (1969); Simon Kuznets (1971); John Hicks (1972); Kenneth Arrow (1972); Wassily Leontief (1973); Gunnar Myrdal (1974); Friedrich Hayek (1974); Arthur Lewis (1979); Leonid Kantorovich (1975); Tjalling Koopmans (1975); James Meade (1977); Herbert A. Simon (1978); and Lawrence Klein (1980). Double matted and framed. A unique piece, most rare and desirable signed by 15 Nobel Prize-winning economists.
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences is an award for outstanding contributions to the field of economics, and generally regarded as the most prestigious award for that field. The prize was established in 1968 by a donation from Sweden's central bank, the Swedish National Bank, on the bank's 300th anniversary. Although it is not one of the prizes that Alfred Nobel established in his will in 1895, it is referred to along with the other Nobel Prizes by the Nobel Foundation. Laureates are announced with the other Nobel Prize laureates, and receive the award at the same ceremony. Laureates in the Memorial Prize in Economics are selected by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. It was first awarded in 1969 to the Dutch and Norwegian economists Jan Tinbergen and Ragnar Frisch, "for having developed and applied dynamic models for the analysis of economic processes". Paul Samuelson was the first American to win in 1970.