The Human Face of Economics (vid.)

Prakash Loungani profiles George Akerlof.

IN 1984, economics Nobel Laureate George Stigler predicted that economics was on its way to becoming the queen of the social sciences. He called economics “an imperial science,” one that was clearing a path through the academic thickets for other social disciplines. He applauded the work of “economist-missionaries . . . often against apprehensive and hostile natives.”

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