John R. Hicks,
How To Define John R. Hicks?
Sir John R. Hux is a new Keynesian British economist who, along with Kenneth Arrow, won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1972 for his advances in the theory of balance and the common good. Throughout his career, Hux has been recognized for his contributions to labor economics, utility and price theory, macroeconomics, and welfare economics.
Literal Meanings of John R. Hicks
Meanings of John:
Client of a prostitute.
(1165-1216), son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, King of England 1199-1216, known as John Lockland. He lost most of his French property to Philip II of France. In 1209, he apologized to Stephen Lanton for refusing to recognize him as Archbishop of Canterbury. Forced to sign the Magna Carta in 1215, he disregarded its rules and civil war broke out.
Named after the six kings of Portugal.
Synonyms of John
customer, client, outhouse, privy, facilities, kerb-crawler, latrine, bathroom, lavatory, urinal
Meanings of R:
(Specify the correct location or direction).
The eighteenth letter of the alphabet.
Regina or Rex
Registered as a trademark
(In the United States) Republican.
The rating of the voluntary film rating system is limited, stating that children under the age of 17 need a parent or legal guardian.
Reverse (when changing gears).
Rio (especially on the map)
Meanings of Hicks:
A person who lives in a rural area and is not considered intelligent or intelligent.
Synonyms of Hicks
peasant, country dweller, country cousin, provincial, country bumpkin, yokel, bumpkin, rustic