The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Monday announced the winners of this year’s 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics, the award’s official name is ‘Sveriges Riksbank of Economic Sciences’ and is awarded in memory of Alfred Nobel.
On this occasion, there were three winners, on the one hand David Card of the University of California and then jointly, Joshua de Angreste of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Guido Empains of Stanford University, for what it is worth doing a recount of where global references are made in economics .
With the release of 2021, award winners will be distributed according to the university in which they studied 54 professionals have been recognized so far, slightly modified, with the University of California and Stanford now able to have four winners each.
The only academic institutions that have outranked them in winners are the University of Chicago with 10 winners, then very close to Harvard University with nine, in third place Yale University with six, it is made up of three American universities.
But on the other hand, there is also the London School of Economics, which is the mother university of four laureates, but in terms of its country of origin it is the second highest participation rate of laureates, since it was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics, seven were from the United Kingdom.
In the following positions and back to the United States are the universities of the current winners, Stanford University and the University of California in the same place in the ranking and then the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT for short in English) with three graduates awarded by the Swedish Academy. Students from all universities enjoy college economics homework help.
After the universities mentioned above, there are three institutions with three winners, namely Caltech, Oxford University and New York University (NYU); In the same way, there are four countries with the same number of winners and they are equivalent to Germany, India, the Netherlands and Sweden.
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