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» EconoFinance.com Nobel Prizes in Economics
officially: The Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel


1969
J. Tinbergen (Netherlands)
R. Frisch (Norway)
1970
P. A. Samuelson (USA)
1971
S. Kuznets (USA, Soviet Union)
1972
J. R. Hicks (United Kingdom)
K. J. Arrow (USA)
1973
W. Leontief (USA)
1974
F. A. Hayek (Austria, USA)
K. G. Myrdal (Sweden)
1975
T. Koopmans (USA)
L. Kantorovich (Soviet Union)
1976
M. Friedman (USA)
1977
B. Ohlin (Sweden)
J. Meade (United Kingdom)
1978
H.A. Simon (USA)
1979
T. W. Schultz (USA)
A. Lewis (United Kingdom)
1980
L. R. Klein (USA)
1981
J. Tobin (USA)
1982
G.J. Stigler (USA)
1983
G. Debreu (USA)
1984
Sir R. Stone (United Kingdom)
1985
F. Modigliani (Italy, USA)
1986
J. Buchanan (USA)
1987
R. M. Solow (USA)
1988
M. Allais (France)
1989
T. Haavelmo (Norway)
1990
H. Markowitz (USA)
M. Miller (USA)
W. Sharpe (USA)
1991
Ronald H. Coase (United Kingdom, USA)
1992
Gary S. Becker (USA)
1993
Robert W. Fogel (USA)
Douglass C. North (USA)
Studies on the history of economics
1994
Reinhard Selten (Germany)
John C. Harsanyi (USA)
Analysis of the equilibrium in non-cooperative game theory
John F. Nash (USA)
Equilibrium theory
1995
Robert E. Lucas, Jr. (USA, *1937)
for having developed and applied the hypothesis of rational expectations, and thereby having transformed macroeconomic analysis and deepened our understanding of economic policy
1996
James A. Mirrlees (United Kingdom, *1936)
William Vickrey (Canada, USA, 1914 - 1996-10-10)
for their fundamental contributions to the economic theory of incentives under asymmetric information
1997
Robert C. Merton (USA, *1944)
Myron S. Scholes (USA, *1941)
for a new method to determine the value of derivatives
1998
Amartya Sen (India/United Kingdom, *1933)
for his contributions to welfare economics
1999
Robert A. Mundell (Canada/USA, *1932)
for his analysis of monetary and fiscal policy under different exchange rate regimes and his analysis of optimum currency areas.




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