Hirofumi Uzawa’s 4 research works with 74 citations and reads, including: Economic Analysis of Social Common Capital. Hirofumi Uzawa has expertise in. PDF | Hirofumi Uzawa is one of the giants of modern economic theory. Hiro is probably best known to the readers of Macroeconomic Dynamics (MD) for his. Uzawa, Hirofumi – BIBLIOGRAPHY Source for information on Uzawa, Hirofumi: International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences dictionary.
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Note that if the versions have a very similar title and are in the author’s profile, the links will usually be created automatically. During the early s, Uzawa remained actively affiliated with the University of Tokyo.
Uzawa hirofumi no keizaigaku: A paper on decentralized economic planning written by him caught the eye of Kenneth Arrow at the Stanford Universityhe went to study Economics at Stanford University in with Fulbright fellowshipand became a research assistantthen assistant professor inthen assistant professor at the University of California, Berkeley inand then hirpfumi professor at Stanford in Learn more about citation styles Citation styles Encyclopedia.
Hirofumi Uzawa, Japanese mathematical economist, Neo-Walrasian theorist with significant contributions to theory of preference and stability theory.
This institute studied labor economics, Marxian economics, and social issues and published the Journal of the Ohara Institute for Social Researchthe Labor Yearbookpamphlets, and a publications series.
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, since Modern Language Association http: Birofumi problems of pollution in Japan drew Uzawa’s attention to environmental problems and he developed his theory of “social common capital” already in the early s, which was later applied to macro-environmental problems like climate change.
He worked for six months in as an assistant to Everett E. The third was on Leontieff input-output models.
Person of Cultural Merit, Government Japan, In this book, Uzawa presented a general mathematical theory. Provide feedback about this page.
Then my interest shifted to the problems of economic growth in a capitalist economy with particular emphasis upon the role played by the interaction of the consumption good industry and the investment good industry.
The two sectors were a consumption sector and an investment sector, each using labor and capital to produce an output. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. For a yearUzawa was a fellow at Churchill College, Cambridgeduring he came up with his “Penrose effect”, an outcome of his ruminations on Veblen the term, named after Edith Penrosewas suggested by Kahn.
The first two were purely statistical theory.
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Views Read Edit View history. It was in this period where Uzawa made his major contributions to demand theory and Walrasian general equilibrium analysis. The investment sector produced a capital hkrofumi, and the consumption sector produced a consumption good. Hirofumi Uzawa Nov http: There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
High to Low Avg. Global Stability in the Strictly Convex Case. Presidents of the Econometric Society. Comments and a Generalization”. This page was last edited on 27 Decemberat Help ihrofumi improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
After Uzawa graduated inhe secured a job with the Institute of Statistical Mathematics at the Ministry of Education, and subsequently as a statistician with a life insurance company. Technological change was not included in the Solow-Swan model, and so was exogenous. English Choose a language for shopping. Inhe served as president of the Econometric Society. The practical motivation driving his interest in growth was the underdeveloped state of the Japanese economy as he perceived it.
Uzawa included terms for technology in his model, thus endogenizing technological change. Help us Corrections Found an error or omission? Japanese mathematical economist, Neo-Walrasian theorist with significant contributions to theory of preference and stability theory.
To link different versions of the same work, where versions have a different title, use this form. In he enrolled in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Tokyo, where he was chosen as a Special Research Fellow in the department. University of Tokyo B. In his paper,  Uzawa proved that the two of Walrasian equilibrium hjrofumi Brouwer’s fixed-point theorem are equivalent.
Preference, Production and Capital: Here, he was exposed to a rigorous mathematical treatment of neoclassical economics, Keynesian theory, and general equilibrium theory rather than Marxist economics. Inthrough Houthakker, Uzawa reviewed the unpublished manuscript of Kenneth J. Selected Papers of Hirofumi Uzawa http: