Economist Edmund Phelps Receives Nobel

Robert Siegel talks with Columbia University professor Edmund Phelps, winner of this year's Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences.

Phelps' work in the 1960s helped to better explain the relationship between inflation and unemployment, and had a profound impact on decisions made by corporate and government leaders.

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