( 1921-), US economist, noted chiefly for his work on general economic equilibrium and social choice. His Social Choices and Individual Values (1951) argued the impossibility of aggregating the preferences of individuals into a single combined order of priorities for society as a whole. Nobel Prize for Economics (1972), shared with John R. Hicks.
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