Definition of Hicks, Sir John Richard in English:

Hicks, Sir John Richard

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Pronunciation: /hɪks
 
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(1904–89), English economist. He did pioneering work on general economic equilibrium (the theory that economic forces tend to balance one another rather than simply reflect cyclical trends), for which he shared a Nobel Prize with K. J. Arrow in 1972.

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