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Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957. First edition. "The most influential economist of the second half of the 20th century ... possibly of all of it" (The Economist). Nobel Prize-winning economist Friedman sets forth herein his permanent income hypothesis; i.e., temporary changes in income have little effect on consumer spending behavior whereas permanent changes can have large effects. 243 pages, including index; 36 figures and tables. Dark blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine. Bright and fine in bright, near fine dust jacket with touch of minor wear and spine slightly toned. A nice copy of a relatively scarce book. A NOBEL PRIZE-WINNING ECONOMIST.
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