John Richard Nicholas Stone (born August 30, 1913 in London - 6 December 1991), British economist. In 1984 he received the Nobel Prize in Economics.

Stone She studied at Gonville and Caius College and Kings College, Cambridge and graduated in 1936. Then, until the beginning of World War II, he worked as an insurance broker in London's well-known Lloyd's insurance institution. He worked as a statistician and economist in the Cabinet Office as a civil servant in the Harp. In the meantime, together with the well-known economist James Meade, they developed the official National Income and Expenditure statistics for the first time based on double-entry accounting procedures and published it in 1941. Between 1945-1955, after founding the Department of Applied Economics at Cambridge University, he worked as director of this institution. He also served as Professor of Finance and Accounting at P.D.Leake at the same university. After 1980, he continued as academic emeritus professor (emeritus) until the end of his life.

1944: National Income and Expenditure,
1954: The Measurement of Consumers. Expenditure and Behavior in the United Kingdom, 1920-1938 (James Meade ile ortak çalışma)
1966: Mathematics in the Social Sciences and Other Essays
1970: Mathematical Models of the Economy and Other Essays
1971: Demographic Accounting and Model Building
1975: Direct and Indirect Constraints in the Adjustment of Observations
1980: A Simple Growth process Tending to Stationarity

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