Who will win the Economics Nobel this year?4 min read 03 Oct 2014, 08:49 AM IST
Mark S. Granovetter's research has tried to find a middle ground between the sociological and economic description of reality
Who will win the Nobel Prize in economics in 2014? No one knows. But a recent Thomson Reuters analysis predicts five leading contenders for the top honour in economics this year: Philippe M. Aghion and Peter W. Howitt for their contributions to growth theory, William J. Baumol and Israel M. Kirzner for their study of entrepreneurship, and Mark S. Granovetter for his pioneering research in economic sociology.
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