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Franco Modigliani

Franco Modigliani (1918-2003) was Professor Emeritus of Economics and Management at MIT, where he began teaching in 1960. He won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1985.

Titles by This Author

This volume of papers, articles, and essays by the late Nobel Prize-winning economist Franco Modigliani contains writings published during the last decade of his life as well as three seminal earlier papers on the life-cycle hypothesis. As in the previous Collected Papers, the writings are organized by topic; within each topic, the order is chronological. Part I treats the life-cycle hypothesis.

Monetary Theory and Stabilization Policies

These two volumes bring together articles, commentaries, and excerpts by Nobel Prize-winning economist Franco Modigliani published from the late 1970s to 1989.

The 11 essays collected in Volume 4 focus on money and inflation and on stabilization policies for growth and unemployment. The 21 essays in Volume 5 cover saving and wealth, deficits, the real effects of inflation, and finance.

Savings, Deficits, Inflation, and Financial Theory

These two volumes bring together articles, commentaries, and excerpts by Nobel Prize-winning economist Franco Modigliani published from the late 1970s to 1989.The 11 essays collected in Volume 4 focus on money and inflation and on stabilization policies for growth and unemployment. The 21 essays in Volume 5 cover saving and wealth, deficits, the real effects of inflation, and finance.Franco Modigliani is Institute Professor and Professor of Economics and Finance at MIT. Simon Johnson, a graduate of MIT, is Junior Scholar at the Harvard Academy of International and Area Studies.