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©Laurie Rollitt Irving Fisher was once the most famous economist in the world. Some would say he was the greatest economist who ever lived. "Anywhere from a decade to two generations ahead of his time," opined the first Nobel laureate economist Ragnar Frisch, in the late 1940s, more than half a century after Fisher's genius first lit up his subject.
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©Laurie Rollitt Irving Fisher was once the most famous economist in the world. Some would say he was the greatest economist who ever lived. "Anywhere from a decade to two generations ahead of his time," opined the first Nobel laureate economist Ragnar Frisch, in the late 1940s, more than half a century after Fisher's genius first lit up his subject.
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