Kenneth Joseph Arrow

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Ph.D. Columbia University 1951 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Social Choice and Individual Values
Mathematics Subject Classification: 91—Game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences

Advisor: Harold Hotelling

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Anderson, PeterStanford University1969
Antoniadou, ElenaStanford University1996
Balson, WilliamStanford University1982
Bergstrom, TheodoreStanford University196836
Bruno, MichaelStanford University1963
Conlisk, JohnStanford University19653
de Villiers, MeiringStanford University19971
Geanakoplos, D. JohnHarvard University198036
Grether, DavidStanford University19684
Harsanyi, JohnStanford University1958
Jamison, DeanHarvard University19701
Kelly, JerryHarvard University19691
Kmenta, JanStanford University196433
Laffont, Jean-JacquesHarvard University197564
Lane, JohnStanford University19723
Li, JunjieStanford University1994
Lind, RobertStanford University196710
Marschak, ThomasStanford University19572
Maskin, EricHarvard University1976366
Medina S., LuisStanford University2000
Myerson, RogerHarvard University197619
Oniki, HajimeStanford University1968
Osborn, DanielStanford University2005
Parikh, PrashantStanford University1987
Prat, AndreaStanford University19976
Quint, ThomasStanford University1987
Schwarz, MichaelStanford University1999
Sent, Esther-MirjamStanford University1994
Shell, KarlStanford University196530
Spence, A. MichaelHarvard University19721
Stan, PeterHarvard University1979
Starr, RossStanford University197211
Starrett, DavidStanford University196821
Stokey, NancyHarvard University197810
Viscusi, WilliamHarvard University1976
Yaari, MenahemStanford University196221

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