PAUL A. SAMUELSON - CURRENCY SIGNED 1977 - HFSID 18293
Sale Price $270.00
PAUL ANTHONY SAMUELSON
1936 Chinese five-yuan note signed by the 1970 Nobel Prize laureate for economics
Chinese five-yuan note signed: "Paul A Samuelson/MIT, 1977", 6x3. Central Bank of China Note, 1936. This note is from one year after Samuelson received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Chicago in 1935; he started teaching at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1940. American economist, Samuelson (1915-2009) was awarded the 1970 Nobel Prize for Economics for raising the level of scientific analysis in economic theory. Samuelson began teaching at MIT in 1940, when he became an Assistant Professor of Economics. He was named Associate Professor in 1944 and full Professor in 1947 at MIT, where he stayed until retiring in 1986. His book, Economics: An Introductory Analysis, is the most successful college textbook of all time, passing through successive editions and translated into forty languages since its original release in 1948. The previous year, Samuelson had published his first major work, Foundations of Economic Analysis. Lightly toned, creased and spotted. Otherwise, fine condition.
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