Fisher–Schultz Lecture

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The Fisher–Schultz Lecture of the Econometric Society is an annual lecture given by a non-European member at the European meeting or, in World Congress[disambiguation needed] years, at the World Congress. The lecture was named in honor of Irving Fisher and Henry Schultz.

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