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1988 ¶ Debreu won the economics prize in 1983 for his market-equilibrium research, and specifically "for having incorporated new analytical methods into economic theory and for his rigorous reformulation of the theory of general equilibrium". Born in Calais and educated at Paris, Debreu worked mainly in the United States, notably at Chicago, Yale, and Berkeley. ¶ Collation: One leaf (76 x 127 mm). Signature "Gerard Debreu" written in blue ball-pen ink on machine-made white wove cardstock ruled in red and blue recto. ¶ Provenance: J. Stahl, of Lees Summit near Kansas City, Missouri, docketed and dated "1988" in pencil verso. .

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(Nobel Prizes. Economics. 1983.) Debreu, Gérard, 1921-2004
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