Caption: "During more than half of its 50-year history, the Rockefeller Foundation has expended some $90 million to strengthen research and international relations. The use of computers and other advanced machines makes it possible to analyze the interrelationships of many variables which affect the economies of countries in different stages of Institute of Technology's Center for International Studies helped produce a "model" for a complete national economic system. Others are extending the uses of these advanced methods of study in neighboring areas of the social sciences." RF photo #23508.
Rockefeller Archive Center, Rockefeller Foundation records, photographs, series 200s, box 41, folder 1021
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