Page after page of professional economic journals are filled with mathematical formulas leading the reader from sets of more or less plausible but entirely arbitrary assumptions to precisely stated but irrelevant theoretical conclusions. Wassily Leontief

Page after page of professional economic journals are filled with mathematical formulas leading the reader from sets of more or less plausible but entirely arbitrary assumptions to precisely stated but irrelevant theoretical conclusions.

We move from more or less plausible but really arbitrary assumptions, to elegantly demonstrated but irrelevant conclusions. Wassily Leontief

We move from more or less plausible but really arbitrary assumptions, to elegantly demonstrated but irrelevant conclusions.

The human worker will go the way of the horse. Wassily Leontief

The human worker will go the way of the horse.

Born: August 5, 1906

Died: February 5, 1999

Profession: Economist

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