Bergson, Abram

Bergson, Abram

(1912–  ) economist; born in Baltimore, Md. At the age of 24, he published a widely recognized article which facilitated a new view of welfare economics. He was one of America's leading experts in Soviet economics, a professor at both Columbia University and Harvard, and a consultant to the Rand Corporation.
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Bergson, Abram, Welfare, Planning, and Employment: Selected Essays in Economic Theory (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1982).
Bergson, Abram, "Comparative Productivity: The USSR, Eastern Europe, and the West.
Bergson, Abram, Soviet National Income and Product in 1937, New York: Columbia University Press, 1953.