by Mario Rizzo
Richard Thaler has won the Nobel Prize for initiating the behavioral moment in economics.
My view of the Nobel Prize in economics is much like Time magazine’s view of its “Person of the Year.” It is awarded to the economist who “for better or for worse… has done the most to influence” the course of economic thinking – at least in certain respects. It also, like Time magazine, operates under the constraint that an award must be given every year.
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