Named for People
(Most, but *not all*, are economists.)

Alchian-Allen Theorem
Armington assumption, elasticity
Backus-Smith Puzzle
Balassa index
Balassa-Samuelson effect
Baldwin envelope
Barro misery index
Bastable's test
Bell* Trade Act
Bergsonian social welfare function
Bertrand competition
Bickerdike-Robinson-Metzler Condition
Brecher-Alejandro Proposition
Burke-Hartke* Bill
Byrd* Amendment
Cairnes-Haberler Model
Cecchini Report
Chinn-Ito index
Coase Theorem
Cobden-Chevalier* Treaty
Cobb-Douglas function
Cournot competition, -'s law
Dawes* Plan
Deardorff-Dixit-Norman index
Dillon* Round
Dingley* Tariff
Dixit-Stiglitz function, utility
Dornbusch-Fischer-Samuelson Model
Dornbusch overshooting
Dunkel* Draft
Easterlin paradox
Eaton-Kortum Model
Edgeworth Box, Edgeworth-Bowley Box
Euclidean* space
Euler's* Theorem
Exon-Florio* Provision
Fama regression, coefficient, puzzle
Feenstra ratio
Feldstein-Horioka puzzle
Finger-Kreinin index
Fisher effect, equation, (international),
   price index
Fordney-McCumber* Tariff
Fréchet* distribution
Friedman rule
Froot-Rogoff effect
Gephardt Ammendment
Giffen good
Gini* coefficient
Graham's argument for protection, paradox
Grassman's Law
Greenspan put
Gresham's* Law
Grubel-Lloyd index
Harberger-Laursen-Metzler effect
Harberger triangle
Harkin* bill
Harrod-Balassa-Samuelson effect
Harrod neutral
Head-Ries index
Heckscher-Ohlin Model, Theorem
Heckscher-Ohlin-Vanek Model, Theorem
Helms-Burton* Act
Herfindahl index
Hicks-Kaldor improvement
Hicks-neutral
Hicksian composite, demand, surplus
Inada conditions
Jackson-Vanik Amendment
Jefferson* Embargo
Jones* Act
Jones' hat algebra
Kaldor improvement
Kaldor-Hicks Criterion, improvement
Kemp-Wan Theorem
Kennedy* Round
Keynesian
Kindleberger spiral
Kondratieff cycle
Kravis-Lipsey-Bhagwati effect
Krugman model. specialization index
Kuznets curve, (environmental)
Lafay index, RCA
Laffer Curve
Lagrangian Lagrange multiplier
Laspeyre price index
Laursen-Metzler effect
Lawson* Doctrine
Le Châtelier* Principle
Leamer triangle
Leontief composite, Paradox, technology
Lerner Diagram, index,
   paradox, symmetry
Lerner Symmetry Theorem
Linder hypothesis
Lorenz curve
Lucas critique
Magnitsky* Act
Marshall-Lerner condition
Marshall* Plan
Marshallian adjustment, demand,
   externality, surplus
Marxist
Maskus curve
McKinley* Tariff
Meade geometry, index
Méline* tariff
Melitz model
Metzler diagram, paradox
Mill-Graham demand
Mill's test
Mills* Bill (1888)
Mills* Bill (1970)
Morrill* Tariff
Mundell-Fleming Model
Mussa diagram, puzzle
Nash, equilibrium
Nixon* shock
Okun's Law
Paache price index,
Pareto criterion, distribution,
   improving, optimal
Payne-Aldrich* Tariff Act
Phillips curve
Pigouvian
Poisson* distribution
Porter's Diamond, hypothesis
Prebisch-Singer Hypothesis
Preston* Curve
Randall* Commission
Rauch classification
Ricardo point, -Viner model, 'ian model
Rodrik Trilemma
Rose effect
Rybczynski derivative, Theorem
Sato-Vartia index, weights
Say's Law
Scitovszky indifference curve
Shephard's lemma
Siegel's paradox
Smoot-Hawley* Tariff
Solow Model, neutral, residual
Spence-Dixit-Stiglitz function
Stackelberg equilibrium
Starrett's Impossibility Theorem
Stolper-Samuelson derivative, Theorem
Swan diagram
Thirlwall's Law
Tobin tax, 's Q
Townshend Revenue Act
Triffin's dilemma
Truman* Doctrine
Trump* tariffs, Trade War
Underwood Tariff
Ullyses* effect
Vernon product cycle
Vinerian
Walras' Law, 'ian adjustment, 'ian auctioneer
Webb-Pomerene* Act
Williams* Commission
Wilson-Gorman* Tariff
Zipf's* Law

*Non-economists:
  • Bell Trade Act: Missouri Congressman C. Jasper Bell (1885-1978)
  • Burke-Hartke Bill: Massachusetts Congressman James A. Burke (1910-1983) and Senator Vance Hartke (1919-2003)
  • Byrd Amendment: West Virginia Senator Robert Byrd (1917-2010)
  • Cobden-Chevalier Treaty: British negotiator Richard Cobden (1804-1865); French negotiator Michel Chaevalier (1806-1879)
  • Dawes Plan: American banker, Vice President, and Nobel laureate Charles G. Dawes (1865-1951)
  • Dillon Round: US Undersecretary of State C. Douglas Dillon (1909-2003)
  • Dingley Tariff: Maine representative Nelson Dingley, Jr. (1832-1899)
  • Dunkel Draft: GATT Director-General Arthur Dunkel (1932-2005)
  • Euclidean space: Ancient Greek mathematician Eukleides (remembered today as Euclid) (Lived around 300 BC)
  • Euler's Theorem: Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler (1707-1783)
  • Exon-Florio Provision: Nebraska Senator J. James Exon (1921-2005) and New Jersey Representative James J. Florio (1937- )
  • Fordney-McCumber Tariff: Michigan Representative Joseph W. Fordney (1853-1932) and North Dakota Senator Porter McCumber (1858-1933)
  • Fréchet distribution: French mathematician Maurice René Fréchet (1878-1973)
  • Gephardt Ammendment: Missouri Representative Richard Andrew Gephardt (1941-)
  • Gini coefficient: Italian statistician, demographer and sociologist Corrado Gini (1884-1965)
  • Gresham's Law: English merchant and financier Sir Thomas Gresham (1518/19-1579)
  • Harkin bill: Iowa Senator Tom Harkin (1939- )
  • Helms-Burton Act: North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms (1921-2008) and Indiana Representative Dan Burton (1938- )
  • Jackson-Vanik Amendment: Washington Senator Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson (1912-1983) and Ohio Representative Charles A. Vanik (1913-2007)
  • Jefferson Embargo: US President Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)
  • Jones Act: Washington Senator Senator Wesley L. Jones (1863-1932)
  • Kennedy Round: US President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963)
  • Lawson: Doctrine: U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson (1932- )
  • Le Châtelier Principle: French chemist Henry Louis Le Châtelier (1850-1936)
  • Magnitsky Act: Russian tax lawyer and auditor (1972-2009)
  • Marshall Plan: U.S. Secretary of State George Marshall (1880-1959)
  • McKinley Tariff: Ohio representative and later U.S. President William McKinley Jr. (1843-1901)
  • Méline tariff: French statesman Jules Méline (1838-1925)
  • Mills Bill (1888): Texas representative Roger Mills (1832-1911)
  • Mills Bill (1970): Arkansas representative Wilbur Mills (1909-1992)
  • Morrill Tariff: Vermont representative Justin Smith Morrill (1810-1898)
  • Nixon shock: U.S. President Richard M. Nixon (1913-1994) Payne-Aldrich Tariff Act
  • Payne-Aldrich Tariff Act: New York representative Sereno E. Payne (1843-1914) and Rhode Island senator Nelson W. Aldrich (1841-1915)
  • Poisson distribution: French mathematician Siméon Denis Poisson (1781-1840)
  • Preston Curve: Princeton Sociologist Samuel H. Preston (1943- )
  • Randall Commission: Chairman of the Board of Inland Steel Company, Clarence B. Randall (1891-1967)
  • Smoot-Hawley Tariff: Utah Senator Reed Smoot (1862-1941) and Oregon Representative Willis C. Hawley (1864-1941)
  • Townshend Revenue Act: British chancellor of the Exchequer Charles Townshend (1725-1757)
  • TrumanDoctrine: US President Harry S. Truman (1884-1972)
  • Trump tariffs, Trade War: U.S. President Donald J. Trump (1946- )
  • Underwood Tariff: Alabama representative and senator Oscar Wilder Underwood (1862-1929)
  • Ullyses effect: Legendary Greek King, Odysseus.
  • Webb-Pomerene Act: North Carolina Senator Edwin Y. Webb (1872-1955) and Ohio Senator Atlee Pomerene (1863-1937).
  • Williams Commission: IBM President Albert L. Williams (1911-1983).
  • Wilson-Gorman Tariff: West Virginia representative William L. Wilson (1843-1900) and Maryland senator Arthur P. Gorman (1839-1906)
  • Zipf's* Law: American linguist George Kingsley Zipf (1902-1950)