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Is the section on the TV personality refering to the same man as the economist who won the Nobel Prize.
TERJE 21-JUNE-2004 Terjepetersen
- Amazingly enough, yes.--Pharos 03:50, 13 September 2005 (UTC)
Prof. Mundell's appearances on the Letterman show get far more attention here than they deserve. I suppose they're worth mentioning, but including a bunch of "yo mama" jokes -- which he did not write but merely read aloud on the show -- seems inappropriate.
Bank of Sweden Prize
Calling it the "Bank of Sweden Prize" is kind of like calling a certain famous singer/songwriter "Robert Zimmerman" -- almost nobody knows it by that name.
Fisrt, can someone tell me what the "Kanadalı iktisatçı " on the pic caption means? (appears turkish to me....) And could someone tell me what his association to Kingston is? He's listed as such in cats, & also on the Kingston, Ontario article, but why? Thanks.Bridesmill 02:27, 1 June 2006 (UTC)
No idea about the Turkish caption. I believe that the answer to the second question is that he was born in Kingston. Bigdaddy1981 01:04, 4 July 2007 (UTC)
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