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The New Economic Science of Capitalism's Slow-Burn Energy Collapse

Click here for reuse options! The struggle for a new economic paradigm is about to get real. This article was produced in partnership with AlterNet and Insurge Intelligence. Learn more about Nafeez Ahmed and how to support his work. New scientific research is quietly rewriting the fundamentals of economics. Show More Summary

The New York Times Embraces Fake Science, Fake Engineering, and Fake Economics

A long, windy editorial on climate change run by the New York Times was simplistic and did not engage with economic or engineering realities.

On Richard Thaler Receiving The Nobel Prize

On Richard Thaler Receiving The Nobel Prize This is a Sveriges Bank Prize in Economic Science in Memory of Alfred Nobel that I should approve of unequivocally, and I do approve of it. Dick Thaler has long been known to be on the list of likely recipients since at least when Daniel Kahneman shared it […]

Richard Thaler, Nobel laureate

Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago has been awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences “for his contributions to behavioural economics”. This column, written by one of his early co-authors, provides a personal perspective...Show More Summary

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In a 1999 interview, Professor Milton Friedman, an American economist who received the 1976 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his research on consumption analysis, monetary history and theory, and the complexity of stabilization policy. Show More Summary

2017 Sveriges Riksbank Prize

(National Science Foundation) The 2017 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel has been awarded to Richard H. Thaler of the University of Chicago 'for his contributions to behavioral economics.' Thaler's research incorporates findings from psychology into the analysis of economic decision-making. Show More Summary

Richard Thaler’s work demonstrates why economics is hard

RICHARD THALER has won the Nobel prize in economic sciences this year for his contributions to behavioural economics. It's a well-deserved prize and a clarifying one, as far as economics is concerned.

Nobel Laureate Richard Thaler: "We Seem To Be Living In The Riskiest Market Of Our Lives"

Robert Shiller isn’t the only Nobel Laureate who’s worried the US stock market is sleepwalking toward disaster. In an interview with Bloomberg’s Jeanna Smialek, Thaler, who was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences on...Show More Summary

nudging the economists (guest post by juan pablo pardo-guerra)

It is the best of prizes. It is the worst of prizes. Let me focus on the latter. On Monday, the renowned behavioral economist Richard Thaler was awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel Prize in Economics. For the Washington Post, the award made “economics more human—and real”. For […]

Transcript: MiB Thaler

    Given that the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences went to Richard Thaler yesterday, I thought it might be timely to access the transcript of our MIB interview from 2015. You can also stream it above, or listen on iTunes, SoundCloud and on Bloomberg.com. Show More Summary

On Richard Thaler Receiving The Nobel Prize

This is a Sveriges Bank Prize in Economic Science in Memory of Alfred Nobel that I should approve of unequivocally, and I do approve of it. Dick Thaler has long been known to be on the list of likely recipients since at least when Daniel...Show More Summary

Richard Thaler (and Behavioral Economists) Get Their Due

An Economics Heathen Wins the Economics Nobel Richard Thaler’s prize was long overdue. Bloomberg, October 9, 2017     Given how many psychologists and economists have already won the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Sveriges Riksbank...Show More Summary

The Nobel Prize winner in economics may have 'nudged' you to make better choices

A University of Chicago professor whose research integrating psychology into economics has had broad influence on public policy has been awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in economics, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said Monday. Richard H. Thaler, 72, is one of the leading scholars in the...

Father of ‘nudge’ psychology wins economics Nobel

Richard Thaler has won this year's Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his work on the limits to human rationality and how to subtly influence people's behaviour

The winner of this year's Nobel Prize in economics had a cameo next to Selena Gomez in 'The Big Short'

Economist Richard Thaler was awarded  the 2017 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel for his contributions to behavioral economics on Monday. It's generally considered to be the most prestigious prize...Show More Summary

The 2017 Nobel Prize in economics has been awarded to University of Chicago professor Richard H. Thaler

Thaler won the coveted award for his contributions to behavioral economics. BREAKING NEWS The 2017 Prize in Economic Sciences is awarded to Richard H. Thaler @R_Thaler @UChicago @ChicagoBooth #NobelPrize pic.twitter.com/mbQijTyE7t —Show More Summary

Overdue: Richard Thaler, Nobel Laureate in Economics

One of my favorite behavioral economists, Richard Thaler, has finally been moved off of the short list: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2017 to Richard H. Show More Summary

The University of Chicago's Richard Thaler wins the 2017 Nobel Prize in economics

LONDON — Economist Richard Thaler has been awarded the 2017 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, often considered to be the most prestigious prize in the field of economics. Thaler was awarded the prize...Show More Summary

Who will win Monday’s Nobel Prize in economic science?

From the WSJ: Clarivate Analytics, formerly a unit of Thomson Reuters, maintains a list of possible Nobel Prize winners based on research citations. New additions to its list this year were Colin Camerer of the California Institute of...Show More Summary

At EPA, a fight over numbers in water protection rule reveals a shift in ideology

2 weeks agoHealth : The Checkup

A new Science paper questions the agency’s economic analysis under Administrator Scott Pruitt.

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