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John R. Hicks

Sir John R. Hicks was a British neo-Keynesian economist who received the 1972 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, along with Kenneth Arrow, for his advancement of general equilibrium theory and welfare theory. During his career, Hicks became well known for his contributions to labor economics, utility and price theory, macroeconomics, and welfare economics.

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