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Hicks, Sir John Richard,

1904–89, British economist, grad. Balliol College, Oxford, 1931. He was a professor at the Univ. of Manchester (1938–46) before joining the faculty of Oxford (1946). At the time of his retirement in 1971, Hicks was a research fellow at Oxford's All Souls College. A specialist in equilibrium theory, his writings stress the interrelationships among Economic markets. He was knighted in 1964 and, with Kenneth ArrowArrow, Kenneth Joseph,
1921–2017, American economist, b. New York City, grad. City College of New York (B.S. 1940), Columbia (M.A. 1941, Ph.D. 1951). He was on the faculties of the Univ.
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, received the 1972 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. His most important book is Value and Capital (1939).
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Turn to Page 6 Hicks found a number of interested bidders for the Texas Rangers, and late last night selected a group led by Pittsburgh lawyer Chuck Greenberg to enter exclusive negotiations.
According to a News of The World report, Hicks had dispatched club finance director Phillip Nash, and his Dallas negotiating team of Roy Bailey and Casey Coffman to secure the deal with the world's 48th richest man Al-Kharafi (worth as much as 11 billion pounds), but the latter called off talks over the price and due to Hicks' demands.
The last thing we knew, he dropped his dog off to head for work," Joshua Hicks said.
Hicks said in an interview with the Dallas Morning News: "We are in the most difficult credit crunch I have seen the last 20 years.
It's easy to tell if you've made a magnet," says Hicks.
Forget the bluster -- Hicks isn't doing much schooling here at all.
It would be pretty unreasonable to apply just one standard when some of the buildings we're talking about were built in the late 1800's and other were built six months ago," said Tim Hicks, vice president for the USGBC's LEED program.
Hicks said that a number of international tax provisions of the Code are ripe for reform because they are more than 40 years old and based on an outdated model of the U.
These biblical lines (Isaiah 11:6-9) provided Edward Hicks the allegorical framework in which to approach a theme of special fascination to him: the peaceable kingdom, an idyllic world in which all creatures live in harmony.