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After Russian mathematical statistician and economist Eugen E. Slutsky.
- eponymous descriptive adjective used in Microeconomics. Indicates the derivation of the mathematics or the effect to have come from, and be credited to, Slutsky's early twentieth century work.
- 1972, Stanley Fischer, Econometrica, v. 40, iss. 2, pp 371 - This correspondence is then used in a derivation of Slutsky equations for assets.
- Slutsky equation
- Slutsky matrix
- Slutsky wealth compensation
- Slutsky compensated price changes
- Slutsky diamond
- Slutsky theorem
- Marshallian demand
- Hicksian demand
- income effect
- substitution effect