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Creating a Learning SocietyA New Approach to Growth, Development, and Social Progress$
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Joseph Stiglitz and Bruce Greenwald

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780231152143

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: November 2015

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231152143.001.0001

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Introductory Remarks for the First Annual Arrow Lecture

Introductory Remarks for the First Annual Arrow Lecture

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(p.485) Chapter Eighteen Introductory Remarks for the First Annual Arrow Lecture
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Creating a Learning Society
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Michael Woodford

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Columbia University Press
DOI:10.7312/columbia/9780231152143.003.0018

This chapter presents introductory remarks from Michael Woodford, John Bates Clark Professor of Political Economy, before the first Arrow Lecture at Columbia University. Woodford begins by citing some of Kenneth Arrow's fundamental contributions to economic theory. He then introduces the economists participating in the discussion that took place after the lecture. These include Joseph Stiglitz, professor at Columbia University, with appointments in the Business School, the Department of Economics, and the School of international and Public Affairs; Bruce Greenwald, Robert Heilbrunn Professor of Asset Management at Columbia's Graduate School of Business; Philippe Aghion, Robert C. Waggoner Professor of Economics at Harvard University; and Robert Solow, Institute Professor Emeritus from MIT.

Keywords:   Kenneth Arrow, economic theory, economists, Joseph Stiglitz, Bruce Greenwald, Philippe Aghion, Robert Solow

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