American, Briton Win Nobel Prize in Economics

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NPR's Bob Edwards talks with NPR's John Ydstie about the Nobel Prize winners in Economics. American Robert Engle and Briton Clive Granger are being honored for their statistical work on "time series." Their work helps explain fluctuations in financial markets.

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