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Author(s): Katarzyna Musiuk
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No. of items: 200
Rating: 4.0 (out of 5)
Last updated: Dec 31, 2000
 
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The Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences wasn't originally mentioned in Alfred Nobel's will, which he drafted in 1895. Only in 1968, Sveriges Riksbank established the "Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel" on the occasion of the bank's tercentenary celebrations and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences was designated to select the winners of the Memorial Prize in accordance with the rules governing the Nobel Prize. The next year, in 1969, the very first distribution of the Economics Prize took place in Stockholm.
Nobel Prizewinners in Economics is a collection of the most important information (e.g. the names of the laureates, their contributions, nationalities, etc.) about those who most helped humankind in the field of economics, therefore awarded the Nobel Prizes for their contributions.
 
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Q: hist: Was economics mentioned in Alfred Nobel's will as one of the five prize areas?
A: No (it was only instituted in 1968 by the Bank of Sweden)

Q: econ: Which Norwegian economist won the Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences in 1969 for having developed and applied dynamic models for the analysis of economic processes?
A: Ragnar Frisch

Q: hist: Which year did Amartya Sen win the Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences?
A: 1998

Q: econ: For what did Daniel L. McFadden win the Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences in 2000?
A: For his development of theory and methods for analyzing discrete choice.

Q: Which country bred the largest number of Nobel prizewinners in economics sciences (2000)?
A: The United States of America (28)

 
 
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