Paul Samuelson - Quotes

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What we know about the global financial crisis is that we don't know very much. ---->>>

Economics has never been a science - and it is even less now than a few years ago. ---->>>

Good questions outrank easy answers.

Good questions outrank easy answers.

Investing should be more like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Las Vegas. ---->>>

Politicians like to tell people what they want to hear - and what they want to hear is what won't happen. ---->>>

Every good cause is worth some inefficiency. ---->>>

Globalization presumes sustained economic growth. Otherwise, the process loses its economic benefits and political support. ---->>>

Companies are not charitable enterprises: They hire workers to make profits. In the United States, this logic still works. In Europe, it hardly does. ---->>>

It is not easy to get rich in Las Vegas, at Churchill Downs, or at the local Merrill Lynch office. ---->>>

The problem is no longer that with every pair of hands that comes into the world there comes a hungry stomach. Rather it is that, attached to those hands are sharp elbows. ---->>>

An intriguing paradox of the 1990s is that it isn't called a decade of greed. ---->>>

Funeral by funeral, theory advances. ---->>>

Asia's governments come in two broad varieties: young, fragile democracies - and older, fragile authoritarian regimes. ---->>>

Sooner or later the Internet will become profitable. It's an old story played before by canals, railroads and automobiles. ---->>>

Self-deception ultimately explains Japan's plight. The Japanese have never accepted that change is in their interest - and not merely a response to U.S. criticism.

Self-deception ultimately explains Japan's plight. The Japanese have never accepted that change is in their interest - and not merely a response to U.S. criticism.

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 05-15, 1915
Birthplace: Gary, Indiana, US
Die: 2009-12-13
Occupation: Economist
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Paul Anthony Samuelson (May 15, 1915 – December 13, 2009) was an American economist and the first American to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. The Swedish Royal Academies stated, when awarding the prize in 1970, that he "has done more than any other contemporary economist to raise the level of scientific analysis in economic theory" (wikipedia)