Arrow, Kenneth (1921–)

Arrow, Kenneth (1921–) American economist, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1972, particularly interested in the questions of decision-making. He showed that a series of acceptable choices by individuals in a group will inevitably lead to the choice of one individual being dominant.

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