When broadcasting fairness and balance isn't fair or balanced
I reported yesterday on a complaint by scientist Dame Anne Glover that Radio 4's Today programme had failed to achieve appropriate “balance” in pairing her interview with that of another academic. This problem of broadcasting balance has a long history.
Quand l'économie s'intéresse à nos comportements
Journal du CNRS
... le pionnier de l'économie expérimentale, récompensé pour ses travaux sur la théorie des jeux, et en 2002 à l'économiste Vernon Smith et au psychologue Daniel Kahneman, les premiers à avoir introduit la psychologie cognitive en sciences économiques, ...
The Impact of Six Nobel Laureates on Finance
CFA Institute Enterprising Investor (blog)
A plurality (43%) of the 559 respondents pointed to the contributions of Eugene Fama as the most influential, while Robert Shiller and Daniel Kahneman's scholarship each attracted 26% of the vote. The work of Thomas Sargent, Vernon Smith, and George ...
Past Winners of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science
New York Times
Simon Kuznets receiving his Nobel in 1971 “for his empirically founded interpretation of economic growth.” Credit Reportagebild/Associated Press. The economics prize was established in 1968 in memory of Alfred Nobel, to celebrate the 300th anniversary ...