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.
|Born||21 August, 1917|
|Dee'd||24 Juin 2008 (aged 90)|
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