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Milton and Rose Friedman

Milton Friedman (1912–2006) was a prominent American economist, defender of the free market, and opponent of Keynesian economics. In 1976, he received the Nobel Prize in economics for his achievements in consumption analysis, monetary history and theory. Rose D. Friedman (1910–2009) was an economic researcher who collaborated with several institutions, including the Committee on National […]




Milton Friedman (1912–2006) was a prominent American economist, defender of the free market, and opponent of Keynesian economics. In 1976, he received the Nobel Prize in economics for his achievements in consumption analysis, monetary history and theory.
Rose D. Friedman (1910–2009) was an economic researcher who collaborated with several institutions, including the Committee on National Resources, the Bureau of Home Economics, and the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Milton and Rose Friedman co-wrote several books: Free to Choose, Tyranny of the Status Quo, and their memoirs, entitled Two Lucky People.

Source: www.friedmanfoundation.org

Última actualización: 2009-11-05


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