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Daniel Kahneman, who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013, has died. He merged psychology and economics to help launch the growing field of "behavioral economics." Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Harvard University economist Claudia Goldin. The committee cited her research on generations of women in the labor market. George Freston/Getty Images hide caption

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Bernanke, bank bailouts and the economics Nobel

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The economics behind sorority rush

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Abdulrazak Gurnah, a Tanzanian-born novelist and academic who lives in the U.K., poses with his 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature medal after being presented it at the Swedish ambassador's residence in London. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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A Nobel prize for an economics revolution

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Displayed is a file photo of a Nobel Prize medal on Dec. 8, 2020. The Nobel Prize in economic sciences was awarded to three U.S-based professors for their pioneering work with "natural experiments." Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Three economists win Nobel for their research on how real life events impact society

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The Nobel Prize gold medal during manufacture at the Swedish Mint. Each laureate receives the medal, which has the likeness of Alfred Nobel on its face. Markus Marcetic/Courtesy of Myntverket (Swedish Mint) hide caption

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'Auctions Are Everywhere': 2020 Economics Nobel Goes To 2 Americans

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Esther Duflo of France waves after receiving the Princess of Asturias award for Social Sciences from Spain's King Felipe VI at a ceremony in Oviedo, northern Spain. She is only the second woman to win the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, sharing it with Abhijit Banarjee and Michael Kremer. Jose Vicente/AP hide caption

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3 Win Nobel Prize In Economics For Work In Reducing Poverty

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Predictably Unpredictable: Why We Don't Act Like We Should

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In this photo provided by the University of Chicago, Richard Thaler poses for a photo with his books at his home in Chicago after winning the Nobel prize in economics, on Monday. Anne Ryan/AP hide caption

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