Tibor Scitovsky

Tibor Scitovsky, 1978 Tibor de Scitovsky, also known as Tibor Scitovsky (November 3, 1910 – June 1, 2002), was a Hungarian born, American economist who was best known for his writing on the nature of people's happiness in relation to consumption. He was Associate Professor and Professor of Economics at Stanford University from 1946 through 1958 and Eberle Professor of Economics from 1970 until his retirement in 1976, when he became Professor Emeritus. In honor of his deep contributions to economic analysis, he was elected Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association, Fellow of the Royal Economic Society, member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy. Provided by Wikipedia
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An inquiry into human satisfaction and consumer dissatisfaction
Involved: Scitovsky, Tibor
Year: 1976
Publisher: Oxford Univ. Press (New York, NY [u.a.])
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Involved: Scitovsky, Tibor
Year: 1969
Publisher: Allen & Unwin (London)
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Die Bedürfnisse des Menschen und der Bedarf des Verbrauchers
Volume 1029
Involved: Scitovsky, Tibor
Year: 1989
Publisher: Campus-Verl. (Frankfurt, Main [u.a.])
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Involved: Scitovsky, Tibor
Year: 1958
Publisher: Allen & Unwin (London)
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The economics of a fully employed economy
Involved: Scitovsky, Tibor
Year: 1951
Publisher: Irwin (Homewood, Ill.)
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Essays in honor of Tibor Scitovsky
Year: 1979
Publisher: Academic Press (Boston [u.a.])
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