Full text: Brief von Tibor Scitovsky an Josef Steindl

1175 N*rtH lemon Ave. 
Menlo Perk, Cel 94025 
(415) 322 9109 
May 14, 1982 
Dear Josef , 
Thank you for your letter. It makes me feel very 
badly, because it reminds me that I completely forgot to let you 
know, about two weeks ago, that we had to cancel our summer 
plans and our reservation at Sils, in view of a short comparative 
study of the economies of Taiwan and Korea I promised to do, and 
which will take us to those two countries in July. So, I am afraid 
we will not be able to meet this summer. At the same time, I also 
feel that going to a Swiss holiday will probably do you a world of 
good, so I do not feel too repentant about having tricked you into 
making a reservation there. And we are definitely planning to go 
there next year. 
My book, I am sorry to say, is going to stay unfinished; 
somehow my co-operation with Lorie Tarshis turned out to be not too 
satisfactory -- and perhaps also the task we wanted to undertake was 
too ambitious. 
We are just on the point of leaving for a short trip 
to Europe: I am going to a panel discussion in Paris on the 
probable implications of the computer revolution and related matters. 
The Mitterand Government seems to be hard put to find American 
economists not too extremely right wing and monetarists, which 
probably explains why they invited me, who really know far too 
little on the subject. If it turns out to be interesting, I will 
let you know in another letter. 
With all the best wishes also from Elisabeth, 
Yours ever

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