Matsuyama’s Paper among 50 Most Cited in Journal of Economy Theory’s History
To celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, the Journal of Economic Theory, one of the leading academic journals in economics, issued a Special Edition containing 50 of the most cited and influential articles in its history. The selection includes “Agricultural Productivity, Comparative Advantage, and Economic Growth,” written by the Foundation’s Chief Scientific Adviser Kiminori Matsuyama and published in December 1992, along with articles by a dozen Nobel Prize winners.
“Articles Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Journal of Economic Theory”
Profile of Chief Scietific Adviser Kiminori Matsuyama
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