Leonid Hurwicz or Leonid Hurwicz (Roushie: Леони́д Гу́рвич) (August 21, 1917 – Juin 24, 2008) wis an American economist an mathematician. He won the 2007 Nobel Prize in Economics.[1]

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Leo Hurwicz
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Born21 August, 1917
Flag of Russian Empire for private use (1914–1917) 3.svg Moscow, Roushie
Died24 Juin 2008(2008-06-24) (aged 90)
Minneapolis, Minnesota,
United States
NaitionalityFlag of the United States.svg American

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  1. NobelPrize.org, "Leonid Hurwicz"; retrieved 2012-9-19.

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  • "Perspectives on Leo Hurwicz (conference program and photos)". University of Minnesota (econ.umn.edu). 14 April 2007. Retrieved 2007-10-16. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  • Clement, Douglas (Fall 2006). "Intelligent Designer (cover story)" (PDF). Minnesota Economics. Department of Economics, University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts: 6–9. Retrieved 2007-10-16.
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  • Fonseca, Gonçalo L. (author and maintainer). "Major Works of Leonid Hurwicz, in Leonid Hurwicz, 1917-". History of Economic Thought Website, The New School (newschool.edu). Retrieved 2007-10-16.
  • Tabarrok, Alex (2007-10-16). "What is Mechanism Design? Explaining the research that won the 2007 Nobel Prize in Economics". Reasononline news. Reason Magazine. Retrieved 2007-12-11.