Modigliani


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Italian painter and sculptor (1884-1920)

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and Franco Modigliani, "Marginal Productivity and the Macro-Economic Theories of Distribution: Reply to Pasinetti and Robinson," The Review of Economic Studies, Vol.
Rienzo's legacy also remains highly contested and, as Anna Modigliani explains, immersed in myth almost from his lifetime.
When Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) arrived in Paris at the age of twenty-two, he trailed behind him, in lieu of luggage, memories of the great masters of his own recently united country.
The renowned artist Modigliani faces off against his fierce rival, Picasso, in a competition that will set the seductive and mysterious Parisian art world aflame.
The latter's disapproval of the Jewish Amedeo is unpersuasively chalked up more to anti-Semitism then the fact that Modigliani is a horrible influence on Jeanne (she jumped out a window, pregnant with their second child, the day after he died).
Modigliani was raised in a politically liberal and intellectually precocious household: He grew up reading Dante and Spinoza, and the strains of classical Italian humanism and Hebraic tradition mingle easily in his art.
Still, Modigliani and Miller reasoned that if a company's financing policy at all influences its cost of capital, their theory at least defines the necessary conditions under which that will happen.
The novel follows the story of Dalton Constantine McQuaide, a divorced business consultant, who is immersed in his work yet still yearning for Sophia Modigliani, his administrative assistant and also the woman with whom he had the affair which subsequently caused his marriage to break up.
The life-cycle model was developed in the 1950s and 1960s by Professor Franco Modigliani and his colleagues at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
To make my case, I will only talk about the first Modigliani and Miller paper.
The least fancied of O'Brien's two runners, she kept on in good style to be a close up third to Lady Of Kildare and her stable companion Modigliani.
The collection includes drawings, paintings and sculpture by Durer, Rembrandt, Monet, Constable, Van Gogh, Epstein, Modigliani and others.
its quality as "pure" art in relationship to Klee, Picasso, Modigliani, and Brancusi, who had been desperately searching for this very freedom in order to move into the realm of "flat space," "pure form.
Modigliani is primarily concerned not with showing a modern application of Smith's analysis but rather with pointing up deficiencies in The Wealth of Nations which have since been rectified (by Modigliani as well as others).
On the other hand, Buchanan (1976); Brennen and Buchanan (1987); Modigliani et al.