Modigliani’s Early Life and Influences
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Modigliani penned an autobiography relating his experiences in Italy, America and other European countries.1 For each country, he presents his major works like a meal consisting of graphs, symbols, data, and explanations for general readers to digest. A “scientific autobiography” written by “a ferocious Galileo,” says Samuelson. “His memoirs are just like him. Any reader will get to know a delightful person and learn some economics besides,”2 echoes Solow. Adventures stands besides other biographical pieces Modigliani had written, one for his Nobel Prize in 1985,3 and a chapter in a book.4 Why should we have another record of his life and works?
KeywordsNobel Prize European Monetary Union Childhood Memory Liquidity Preference Fascist Regime
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