Kenneth J. Arrow Papers, 1939-2011


Kenneth J. Arrow Papers, 1939-2011

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Society for the Advancement of Social-Economics (SASE) (corporateBody)

Thorstein Veblen (person)

American Political Science Association (APSA) (corporateBody)

Mosteller, Frederick, 1916-2006 (person)

Frederick Mosteller taught mathematical statistics in the Department of Social Relations and the Department of Statistics, 1946 to 1987, and was Irving Professor of Mathematical Statistics in the School of Public Health. From the description of Papers of Frederick Mosteller, 1946-1988 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77061000 Frederick Mosteller, 1916- , BSc, 1938, MSc, 1939, Carnegie Institute of Technology; AM, 1941, PhD, 1946, Princeton University; R...

Hahn, Frank (person)