Journalism professor James Tobin
examines Roosevelt's life between August 1921, when he was stricken with poliomyelitis, and his election as president.
Excerpted from a study by Damien Gaul and James Tobin
, Energy Information Administration, Washington, D.
In defense of such goals, James Tobin
wrote as late as 1974 that there was "a vast amount of exaggeration of the cost of inflation.
Similar tax proposals have been supported by many esteemed economists such as Larry Summers, John Maynard Keynes and Nobel Prize winners Joseph Stiglitz and James Tobin
, Boston Scientific's president and CEO, told various news outlets that the company was "not getting credit" for how strong the Endosurgery business performance has been.
But James Tobin
, chairman of the Waterford GAA county and western boards, said: "The GAA has never sold its soul, it's one of the few major organisations in this country that hasn't, and never will.
Recently released phone records show that James Tobin
, Northeast chair for the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and Jayne Millerick, the head of the state party's get-out-the-vote efforts and later state party chair, called the White House Office of Political Affairs.
On a more positive note, author James Tobin
told Underground Construction that the current inventory of new project proposals show a major upturn in new pipeline capacity can be anticipated.
Nobel Prize-winning economist James Tobin
first proposed the Tobin Tax some 26 years ago.
expressed this idea in his "q theory" of investment.
Almost ten years before he won the 1981 Nobel Prize for economics, James Tobin
unveiled his proposal for a levy on international currency transactions in his Janeway Lectures at Princeton University in 1972.
Ernie Pyle's War: America's Eyewitness to World War II by James Tobin