Handwritten manuscript (unsigned), two pages (both sides), 8,5 x 11 inch, notes made for a lecture on a paper by Peter Howitt, written in blue ink, with two horizontal letter folds and vertical creasing - in fine condition. In parts: "Howitt`s `middleman model` appears to be a useful way to talk about some markets. It clearly won`t do for the labor market, nor for commodities that are typically produced to order, like construction and large exported goods, nor for services like transportation, gas and electric utilities ... So hardly a paradigm for the whole economy." Accompanied by an autographed letter signed, one page, 5 x 5 inch, 20.12.1988, reply letter to Mr. Geyer - describing the manuscript, written and signed in dark ink "Robert Solow", in very fine condition.
|Profession||American economist, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences (1987)|
|Year of birth||1924|
|Size in inch (1 inch = 2.5 cm)||8,5 x 11 & 5 x 3|
|Type of Autograph||quotations / manuscripts|