Arnold Harberger

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Arnold Carl Harberger (born July 27, 1924) is an American economist. He was born in Newark, New Jersey. Harberger is known for his triangle theory,[1] where the deadweight loss that may be caused by seller monopoly power, taxation. He is also known for his essays about predictions of the American GDP.

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