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Winning The Nobel Prize
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Winning The Nobel Prize

Winning The Nobel Prize

Winning The Nobel Prize
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Join Ray Suarez for a talk with University of Chicago economist Robert Lucas about what it's like to win the Nobel Prize. When a person wins the world's most prestigious prize, what's left to hope for? They'll talk about economics as well, and discuss what Lucas actually won the prize for ...as the Nobel Prize is the Talk of the Nation. Guests: Robert Lucas John Dewey Distinguished Service Professor Department of Economics University of Chicago Nobel Prize Recipient in Economics, 1995 Chicago, IL James Tobin Sterling Professor of Economics, Emeritus Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics Yale University Nobel Prize Recipient in Economics, 1981 New Haven, CT Listeners call in

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