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This Nobel Laureate Has a Plan to Prevent Massive Income...
The New Republic
Now another distinguished economist has weighed in. In a New York Times op-ed that ran on Sunday, Robert Shiller, winner of the Nobel Prize in economics last year, warned that income inequality might rise to catastrophic levels—in effect, aligning ...

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Krugman Is a Steal at $225K
Daily Beast
In economics, there are two great prizes: the John Bates Clark Medal, which goes to the outstanding American economist under 40; and of course the Nobel Prize. Since the Clark Medal has been awarded, starting in 1947, 12 winners have gone on to win ...

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Chicago's Gentzkow Wins John Bates Clark Young Economist Award
Businessweek
Recipients of the medal have about a one-in-three chance of eventually winning the Nobel Prize in economics, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Gentzkow is a “path-breaking scholar,” said Austan Goolsbee, who was the chairman of President ...

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University of Chicago Economist Who Studies Media Receives Clark Medal
New York Times
Bestowed by the association on the person it considers the top American economist under age 40, the Clark Medal is regarded as second only to the Nobel prize in the field and has often been a precursor to that honor. Mr. Gentzkow, 38, has used deeply ...

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