Kantorovich Leonid
Country Russia
Category Economics
Year 1975

Kantorovich Leonid, 1912 - 1986, Year won 1975, a key figure in soviet and global economics..

Leonid Kantorovich was born in Russia in 1912.

He received the 1975 Nobel prize in economic sciences “For his contribution to the theory of optimum allocation of resources.”

Kantorovich succeeded in developing his brilliant theory, and in leading the way to economic reform in the Soviet Union from within the severe political restrictions of Marxist dogma.

Leonid Kantorovich passed away in 1986.

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