SIR ARTHUR LEWIS
Sir Arthur Lewis is an economist most famous for winning the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics for his research in development economics. Arthur Lewis is from St. Lucia. He won the award with his colleague Theodore Schultz. In his research, Arthur Lewis established two models to represent and explain, in terms of industrial and labor growth, economic growth in developing economies.
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