50 Years of the Nobel Economics Prize:
Is economics worthy of it?
Help us find fresh economic thinkers and doers for the 21st Century
What do you think? Has it been a force more for good or bad? And is it a real Nobel Prize anyway? Read about various winners below, read our PEP blog here and join the debate on social media with #NotTheNobel.
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Listen to discussions with Christian Felber, Ann Pettifor, Nicholas Gruen on whether there should be a Nobel Prize for Economists. Has it been a force for good or bad for
Listen to discussions with Steve Keen and Stephany Griffiths-Jones on whether there should be a Nobel Prize for Economists. Has it been a force for good or bad for society?
An economic analysis that won the highest of accolades and spawned influential followers has sharpened the threat from climate change, says Steve Keen. One of the provisions of the Nobel
Dimitri Zenghelis explains why Paul Romer’s theory of endogenous growth can be harnessed to direct and design a net-zero-carbon future while using William Nordhaus’s DICE and RICE models may already
We know that although economic theory may be speculative, its impact is powerful and real. Since the 1970s, it has been closely associated with a sweeping change around the world—the