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Jan Tinbergen

Jan Tinbergen

Nacimiento

12 de abril de 1903
La Haya

Fallecimiento

9 de junio de 1994, 91 aos


La Haya

Nacionalidad

neerlands

Campo

Economa

Instituciones

Erasmus University

Alma mter

Universidad de Leiden

Supervisor doctoral

Paul Ehrenfest

Estudiantes

Tjalling Koopmans

destacados

Conocido por

Primer modelo demacroeconoma nacional

Premios

Premio Nobel en 1969.

destacados

Premio Erasmus

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Jan Tinbergen, (La Haya, 12 de abril de 1903 - La Haya, 9 de junio de 1994) fue un
economista y estadgrafo en la investigacin de los ciclos econmicos neerlands. Fue doctor
en Fsica de la Universidad de Leiden desde 1929 y profesor de planificacin en la escuela de

economa de Rotterdam desde 1933, experto de la Sociedad de Naciones y director de la


Oficina de Planificacin de Holanda. Ganador en 1969 con Ragnar Frisch del primer Premio
Nobel de Economa. Es uno de los pioneros en la aplicacin de herramientas matemticas a
la economa. En 1929 empez a trabajar para una unidad de la Oficina central holandesa de
estadstica donde perge investigaciones sobre los ciclos econmicos.
Junto con Frisch desarroll herramientas estadsticas para probar hiptesis econmicas. Fue
uno de los primeros en crear modelos multiecuacin de economa. En su libro Ciclos
econmicos en los Estados Unidos 1919-1932 desarroll un modelo de 48 ecuaciones en el
que explicaba los ciclos econmicos estadounidenses.

Obras

Business Cycles in the United States of America, 1919-1932, Ginebra, 1939.

Econometrics, 1949.

Economic Policy: Priciples and Design, 1956.

Poltica econmica, principios y formulacin. Mxico D.F., Fondo de Cultura


Econmica, 1961.

Ensayos de teora econmica. Tecnos, 1964, Madrid

Hacia una economa mundial: sugerencias para una poltica econmica internacional.
Oikos-Tau, 1970.

Planeacin del desarrollo. Mxico D.F., Fondo de Cultura Econmica, 1973

Jan Tinbergen dise uno de los esquemas ms idneos para el anlisis de la efectividad de
las polticas pblicas, conjuntamente con el tambin impulsador de la econometra Ragnar
Frish. Tinbergen esboz un principio general de la teora econmica. Sostena que si se quiere
garantizar el alcance de un conjunto de metas de poltica econmica, por lo menos se
requiere, que exista la utilizacin de un igual nmero de instrumentos econmicos, tomando
en cuenta la existencia del principio de eficiencia de los instrumentos, que consiste en que
cada instrumento debe emplearse en la meta en la cual sea ms eficiente, recibi el primer
premio nobel de economa.

Ingls:

Jan Tinbergen, (The Hague, April 12, 1903 - The Hague, June 9, 1994) was an
economist and statistician in the investigation of the Dutch business cycle. It
was PhD in Physics from the University of Leiden since 1929 and professor of
planning at the Rotterdam School of Economics since 1933, expert from the
League of Nations and director of the Planning Office of the Netherlands.
Winner in 1969 with Ragnar Frisch's first Nobel Prize in Economics. It is one of
the pioneers in the application of mathematical tools to the economy. In 1929
he began working for a unit of the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics where
concocted research on economic cycles.
Along with Frisch it developed statistical tools to test economic hypotheses. He
was one of the first to create multi-equation models of economy. In his book
Business Cycles in the United States 1919-1932 developed a model of 48
equations in explaining US business cycles.
works
Business Cycles in the United States of America, 1919-1932, Geneva, 1939.
Econometrics, 1949.
Economic Policy: Priciples and Design, 1956.
Economic policy, principles and formulation. Mexico DF, Fondo de Cultura
Economica, 1961.
Tests of economic theory. Tecnos, 1964, Madrid
Towards a Global Economy: suggestions for an international economic policy.
Oikos-Tau, 1970.
Planning of development. Mexico DF, Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1973
Jan Tinbergen designed one of the most suitable for the analysis of the
effectiveness of public policy schemes, together with the RBI also econometrics
Ragnar Frisch. Tinbergen outlined a general principle of economic theory. He
argued that if you want to guarantee the application of a set of economic policy
goals, at least is required, there is the use of an equal number of economic
instruments, taking into account the existence of the principle of efficiency of
the instruments, consisting that each instrument should be used in the finish
which is more efficient, received the first Nobel Prize in Economics.

Segun eso correcto:

Jan Tinbergen, (The Hague, April 12, 1903 - The Hague, June 9, 1994) was an
economist and statistician in the investigation of the Dutch business cycle. It
was PhD in Physics from the University of Leiden since 1929 and professor of
planning at the Rotterdam School of Economics since 1933, expert from the
League of Nations and director of the Planning Office of the Netherlands.
Winner in 1969 with Ragnar Frisch's first Nobel Prize in Economics. It is one of
the pioneers in the application of mathematical tools to the economy. In 1929
he began working for a unit of the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics where
concocted research on economic cycles. Along with Frisch it developed
statistical tools to test economic hypotheses. He was one of the first to create
multi-equation models of economy. In his book Business Cycles in the United
States 1919-1932 developed a model of 48 equations in explaining US business
cycles. works Business Cycles in the United States of America, 1919-1932,
Geneva, 1939. Econometrics, 1949. Economic Policy: Priciples and Design,
1956. Economic policy, principles and formulation. Mexico DF, Fondo de
Cultura Economica, 1961. Tests of economic theory. Tecnos, 1964, Madrid
Towards a Global Economy: suggestions for an international economic policy.
Oikos-Tau, 1970. Planning of development. Mexico DF, Fondo de Cultura
Economica, 1973 Jan Tinbergen designed one of the most suitable for the
analysis of the effectiveness of public policy schemes, together with the RBI
also econometrics Ragnar Frisch. Tinbergen outlined a general principle of
economic theory. He argued that if you want to guarantee the application of a
set of economic policy goals, at least is required, there is the use of an equal
number of economic instruments, taking into account the existence of the
principle of efficiency of the instruments, consisting that each instrument
should be used in the finish which is more efficient, received the first Nobel
Prize in Economics.