With Tore Ellingsen in the commitee, the price might go to a behavioral economist...
We should collaborate and place a group bet asking for admission rather than money.
Starting to feel old
I'm glad folks pointed out Paul Romer here. I thought he'd gone too "radical" to be appreciated in economic circles quite as much as when he was doing straight growth theory, but I rather like his work on institutions. Plus he is a nice guy And Tirole will get it sooner or later, I would think.
My advice for low-ranked undergrads, internationals, and non-quant majors. Your mileage may vary.
the traditional predictions:
2010 Predictions - Science - Thomson Reuters
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