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Francis Amasa Walker, 1840-1897, A.B. 1860, Amherst College, was the third president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1881-1897. During the Civil War he was a staff officer with the Army of the Potomac, emerging a brevet brigadier general. He was superintendent of the Ninth Census, 1870-1872, and the Tenth Census, 1879-1881. In 1871-1872 he was also Commissioner of Indian Affairs. From 1873 to 1881 he was professor of political economy and history in the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University.
Vilfredo Pareto (born July 15, 1848 in France - died August 19, 1923 in Lausanne, Switzerland) made several important contributions to economics, sociology and moral philosophy, especially in the study of income distribution and in the analysis of individuals' choices. He introduced the concept of Pareto efficiency and helped develop the field of microeconomics with ideas such as indifference curves. His theories influenced Benito Mussolini and the development of Italian fascism. The Pareto family moved to Italy in 1858. In 1870, Pareto received an engineering degree from the Turin Polytechnic Institute and he took employment with the Italian state railways. In 1886, he became a lecturer on economics and management at the University of Florence. In 1893, he was appointed as a lecturer in economics at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland where he remained for the rest of his life.
Corrado Gini‘s outstanding Doctoral Thesis defended in 1905 at the historical University of Bologna, was accepted with the higher honors, and was awarded the “Vittorio Emanuele” Prize. It was published in 1908. In this year, C. Gini started his exceptional contributions to income inequality, mathematically proving that the Pareto inequality parameter is an equality, and not an inequality parameter, as Pareto sustained. In 1914 C. Gini proposed his famous and statistically and economically well founded income inequality ratio that continues to be the most accepted and applied income inequality index. He also published an important volume on the amount and composition of the wealth of nations, where he analyzed the human and the non-human capital.
Joeseph M. Juran (born December 1904 in Romania) has been called the "father" of quality. Joseph M. Juran's major contribution to the world has been in the field of quality management. Perhaps most important, he is recognized as the person who added the human dimension to quality—broadening it from its statistical origins.
In 1937, Dr. Juran conceptualized the Pareto principle, which millions of managers rely on to help separate the "vital few" from the "useful many" in their activities. This is commonly referred to as the 20-80 principle. In 2003, the American Society for Quality is proposing renaming the Pareto Principle the "Juran Principle." Its universal application makes it one of the most useful concepts and tools of modern-day management.
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