Vladimir Karpovich Dmitriev

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Vladimir Karpovich Dmitriev (Russian: Влади́мир Ка́рпович Дми́триев; November 24, 1868, Smolensk Governorate – September 30, 1913, Gatchina) was a Russian mathematical economist and statistician. Dmitriev was born in Smolensk and completed his studies in Moscow.

He was one of the early developers of Input-Output analysis, by proposing mathematical methods to determine of full labour costs. His ideas were revived by V. S. Nemchinov in 1959. He was an important influence on Alexander Chayanov who in 1926 adapted his methods for use in agricultural context.[1]

Major works[edit]

I.The Theory of Value of David Ricardo: An attempt at a rigorous analysis (1898),
II. The Theory of Competition of Augustin Cournot (1902),
III. The Theory of Marginal Utility (1902)
translation introduced by Domenico Mario Nuti, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1974

References[edit]

  1. ^ Belykh, A. A. (1989). "A Note on the Origins of the Input-Output Analysis and the Contribution of the Early Soviet Economists: Chayanov, Bogdanov and Kritsman". Soviet Studies. 41 (3): 426–428. doi:10.1080/09668138908411823. 

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