Distinguished Fellow: Herbert Scarf's Contributions to Economics
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AbstractFor the past thirty-five years, Herbert Scarf has made fundamental contributions in studies of inventories, the core, computation of equilibria, and integer programming. His work has simultaneously sought the most general and abstract formulations while simplifying the theory and bringing it closer to applications.
CitationArrow, Kenneth J., and Timothy J. Kehoe. 1994. "Distinguished Fellow: Herbert Scarf's Contributions to Economics." Journal of Economic Perspectives, 8 (4): 161-181. DOI: 10.1257/jep.8.4.161
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