Gunnar Myrdal

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Swedish economist (1898-1987)

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An American Dilemma was an especially odd book for the court to be using in adjudicating the constitutionality of the laws in question since the author, Swedish sociologist Gunnar Myrdal, stated therein that the U.
These reasons are very much aligned with the main reasons Gunnar Myrdal developed.
Central to Tolentino's book are the following propositions: 1) Sociology in the twentieth century was the dominant knowledge producer about race and ethnicity, becoming the "official national discourse" (25) on these matters; 2) "Canonical Sociology," formed by the Chicago School at the turn of the century and further developed by influential sociologists such as Gunnar Myrdal and Emory Bogardus during the Cold War, helped to shape and advance American foreign policy in Europe, Asia, and Africa; and 3) creative artists such as Wright, Bulosan, and Wong had to break away from sociological knowledge and methods, finding them excessively abstract and simplistic.
Hayek and the Swedish version of Keynes, Gunnar Myrdal, jointly won the 1974 Nobel Prize in Economics.
They eventually settled on the Swedish economist Gunnar Myrdal, and the study eventuated in the influential book An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem in Modern Democracy (1944).
This is despite the paradox of the Nobel Prize-winning economist, Gunnar Myrdal, describing Indonesia as being locked in "intrinsic stagnation" at a time when Nigeria was considered a potential emerging power.
In those same archives are many communications from and amongst early leaders such as Bernard Berelson, Julia Henderson, Rafael Salas, Gunnar Myrdal, John D.
Beginning with the pioneering contributions of Thorstein Veblen, economists such as Allyn Young, Gunnar Myrdal, Nicholas Kaldor and William Kapp have sought to embed the CCC principle at the core of an alternative political economy.
There was a fear of coming mass unemployment; Gunnar Myrdal was a leading proponent of this view.
Before the green revolution, Nobel Prize-winning economist Gunnar Myrdal predicted a bleak future for an Asia mired in poverty.
Chapter 2 of the book is an article titled "Corruption: Its Causes and Effects" by Gunnar Myrdal, written in the context of the South Asian economies.
On the eve of the Second World War, Gunnar Myrdal and his colleagues had amassed the most comprehensive collection of data on black life of any study to date.
That the development of capitalism affects not only the economy but also various formal and informal institutions and social values is fairly obvious and did not necessarily require rehearsing the views of Karl Marx, Karl Polanyi, Gunnar Myrdal, and others on development.
White media made no pretense of recording black people's activities and aspirations in America where, Swedish economist Gunnar Myrdal said, "An entire social order had been built, and rationalized, around race.
Gunnar Myrdal (ironically Friedrich Hayek's Nobel co-recipient in 1974) is an exemplar.