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Paul A. Samuelson, Franco Modigliani, and Robert M. Solow discuss the U.S. economy

Paul A. Samuelson, Franco Modigliani, and Robert M. Solow discuss the U.S. economy

This video captured a rare appearance of MIT's Nobel Prize-winning economists gathered to deliver the inaugural Ford/MIT Nobel Laureate Lecture on September 18, 2000 in Kresge Auditorium. Introduced by Chancellor Lawrence S. Bacow, the distinguished economists included Professors Emeriti Paul A. Samuelson, Franco Modigliani, and Robert M. Solow. Their lecture was titled "The US Economy: The Last 50 Years and the Next 50 Years."

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