James Tobin

James Tobin won the Nobel prize in 1981. He was attracted to the macroeconomics field for two reasons. One was that economic theory is a fascinating intellectual challenge, on the order of mathematics or chess. He used to like analytics and logical argument. . . . The other reason was the obvious relevance of economics to understanding and perhaps overcoming the Great Depression.

james tobin

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