Examples from the Web for pareto
The extreme abstraction of the utility school is made very clear by Pareto, op.
He had to find some way of discovering what Pareto Extrapolations were—without uncovering his own lack of knowledge.Planet of the Damned|Harry Harrison
In this work the researches of Italian writers, such as Pantaleoni and Pareto, are of conspicuous importance.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Now no quantity of value, irrespective of the particular holder of the good, emerges for Pareto.
Comparative historians like Spengler, Pareto and Toynbee realized that history did not merely happen but had some kind of pattern.The Sensitive Man|Poul William Anderson
British Dictionary definitions for pareto
Word Origin and History for pareto
1920, in reference to the work of Italian economist Vilfredo Federico Pareto (1848-1923). Related: Paretan.