Definition of Myrdal
1. Noun. Swedish economist (1898-1987).
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Literary usage of Myrdal
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1. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1921)
"3 Although myrdal was helped by a group of American experts he was exclusively responsible for the study as a whole. And his An American Dilemma: The Negro ..."
2. One America Indivisible: A National Conversation on American Pluralism and by Sheldon Hackney (1999)
"myrdal defined the American Creed as the "ideals of the essential dignity of ... myrdal was struck by how clear and broadly accepted the American Creed was, ..."
3. Capital (1888)
"In his monumental work, The Challenge of Poverty, Gunner myrdal, ... myrdal throws abundant light on the crippling effects of an illiterate home and a ..."
4. Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or Philosophical by Victoria Institute (Great Britain) (1890)
"myrdal farm, the half-way house to the Geysir, is close to a newly-built ... The rivulet at myrdal, as it issues from a dark and gloomy gorge close by, ..."
5. Achieving High Educational Standards for All: Conference Summary by Christopher F. Edley, Timothy Ready, Catherine E. Snow (2002)
"In An American Dilemma, the Nobel prize-winning economist and sociologist Gunnar myrdal described school segregation in the context of the wider caste-like ..."
6. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1897)
"myrdal, GUNNAR. An American Dilemma; the Negro Problem and American Democracy. Harper, 1944. This objective and comprehensive study of the Negro in America ..."