In the mid-’60s in Berkeley, the theory of measure spaces of economic agents became one of my main interests.
– Gerard Debreu
Toward the middle and end of the Fifties, West European countries became somewhat more important as providers of aid to underdeveloped countries. It was partly due to the prodding of the United States that these countries, as they regained economic viability, should shoulder their share of the aid burden.
– Gunnar Myrdal