1998: The Adam Smith Address Capitalism and its Discontents

  • Michael J. Boskin


I am grateful to the National Association for Business Economics for presenting me the 1998 Adam Smith Award. I accept the honor humbly, given the impressive roster of former recipients, the importance of the organization awarding it, and, especially, the greatest of all economists for whom it is named.


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  • Michael J. Boskin
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  1. 1.Stanford UniversityUSA

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