Tag: Barbara Fraumeni

  • Dale Jorgenson Expected that Every Econometrician Would Do Their Duty

    When Dale Jorgenson died last summer, of long Covid, at 89, sighs were heard throughout the worldwide community of measurement economists. Had the Swedish authorities at long last been preparing to recognize the founder of modern growth accounting? Did the Reaper rob the Harvard University econometrician of his Nobel Prize? Probably not. It seemed that, […]