2 edition of **F.Y. Edgeworth"s contributions to mathematical statistics.** found in the catalog.

F.Y. Edgeworth"s contributions to mathematical statistics.

A. L. Bowley

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Published
**1928**
by Royal Statistical Soc. in London
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Written in English

- Mathematical statistics.

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Edgeworth, F. Y. 1845-1926. |

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Open Library | OL13966201M |

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“The most important of the papers relating to this subject” Bowley. “‘Of all the great economists in this book, he Edgeworth is apart from Bernoulli and Slutsky the only one to have made original contributions to. In Edgeworth published what was perhaps his most important contribution to economics: Mathematical Psychics: an essay on the application of mathematics to the moral sciences, a work essential to the understanding of Edgeworth's later writings and described by Keynes (q.v.) as an "amalgam of poetry and pedantry, science and art, wit and.