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NOBEL PRIZE - ECONOMIC SCIENCES (Part 2)

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  • 1. ECONOMIC SCIENCES. LEONID HURWICS. BORN:08/27/1917 MOSCOW DIED:06/24/2008 MN. AFFILIATION:U. MINESOTTA,MN. PRIZE MOTIVATION:”FOR HAVING LAID THE FOUNDATIONS OF HAVING DESIGN THE THEORY”
  • 2. ECONOMIC SCIENCES.
    • The pionner of the
    • field mechanism design.
    • Formulated a general
    • mathematical
    • framework for analayzing
    • institutions
    • implementing collective
    • decision making.
  • 3. ECONOMIC SCIENCES.
    • RAGNAR FRISH:
    • BORN:3/3/1895
    • OSLO,NORWAY.
    • AFFILIATION:U.
    • OF OSLO.
    • MOTIVATION:”FOR
    • HAVING
    • DEVELOPED AND APPLIED
    • DYNAMIC MODELS FOR THE
    • ANALYSIS TO THE
    • ECONOMIC PROCESSES”.
  • 4. ECONOMIC SCIENCES.
    • Pionnering work on
    • Econometric model
    • building.
    • Constructed theories
    • for stabilization policy
    • and long- term
    • economic planning.
  • 5. ECONOMIC SCIENCES.
    • VERNON L. SMITH.
    • BORN:1/1/1927
    • WICHITA,KS.
    • AFFILIATION:
    • GEORGE M. UNIV.
    • MOTIVATION:”FOR HAVING
    • ESTABLISHED LABORATORY
    • EXPERIMENTS AS AN A TOOL
    • ECONOMICAL ANALYSIS,
    • SPECIALLY IN THE STUDY OF
    • THE ALTERNATIVE MARKET
    • MECHANISMS”
  • 6. ECONOMIC SCIENCES.
    • CONTRIBUTED:
    • Developed methods
    • for laboratory experiments
    • in economics,wich
    • has helped our
    • understanding of
    • economic behavior.
  • 7. ECONOMIC SCIENCES.