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Jacob Viner (May 3, 1892 - September 12, 1970), was a Canadian-born American economist. Together with Frank Hyneman Knight he was one of the leading figures at the Chicago School of the inter-war period.
- Studies in the Theory of International Trade, London: Harper & Brothers, 1937
- Trade Relations between Free-Market and Controlled Economies, Geneva: League of Nations, 1943