October 18, 2021

What is an economist when he can’t experiment? The 2021 Nobel laureates have found a way. By NES professors Olga Kozmina and Eugenie Yakoflev (she studied with one of them)

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This year, American scientists David Card, Joshua Ingersoll and Guido Ambience won the Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, founded by the State Bank of Sweden. Half of the prize card will be given – for “Experimental Contribution to Labor Economics”, the other half will be distributed between Engerst and Ambience – “for methodology in the analysis of cause and effect relationships.” At Medoza’s request, Olga Kozmina and Eugene Yakoflev, professors at the Russian School of Economics, talk about it – David Card was one of Yakov’s scientific advisers during his postgraduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley.

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