Thursday, October 2, 2008

Predictions for the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

These are Thomson Reuters' predictions for the winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences:

"For their contributions to dynamic econometric models"
LARS P. HANSEN, THOMAS J. SARGENT, and CHRISTOPHER A. SIMS

or

"For his research on public economics, including taxation, social security, health economics and many other topics"
MARTIN S. FELDSTEIN

or

"For their publications on property rights and their contributions to the theory of the firm"
ARMEN A. ALCHIAN, and HAROLD DEMSETZ

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