Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe along with the Kyrgyz Government are preparing a large-scale regulatory reform of a system of public administration, head of the OSCE Center in Bishkek Sergey Kapinos said on May 27 at the public lecture of John Nash, who shared the 1994 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
with Reinhard Selten and John Harsanyi.
The Bulgarian Finance Ministry points out that the people invited to join the WB Knowledge Advisory Council include the recipient of the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
- the American Michael Spence, the German Development Institute Director Dirk Messner, the former World Bank Chief Economist and Senior Vice President Justin Yifu Lin, as well as experts and professors from the USA, the Republic of Korea, Egypt, Japan and China.
The other Nobel Prizes - in medicine, chemistry, physics and literature, and the Nobel Memorial Prize in economic sciences
- were to be handed out at a separate ceremony Saturday in Stockholm.
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
is the last of the six Nobel prizes announced this year.
He won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
in the year 1998.
As the citation analyst and bibliometrician for the Scientific business of Thomson Reuters, he relies on data from the ISI Web of Knowledge to calculate the "most influential researchers" who are likely to win awards in the Nobel Prize categories of physiology or medicine, physics, and chemistry, as well as the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
WHEN MILTON FRIEDMAN stepped forward on December 10, 1976, to receive the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
from the King of Sweden, he needed bodyguards.
The interview with Nobel laureate William E Sharpe (1990 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
and chairman of Financial Engines, an ingenious financial planning web site) is emblematic of the high bar set for our interviews.
In 1978, he received the Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in economic sciences
, and in 1986, the National Medal of Science.
Hoover economist Thomas Sargent, a leader in the field of macroeconomics and the rational expectations revolution, was named the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
recipient of the 1990 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
, has joined its Investment Committee and will act as a strategic advisor to the firm.
A Rhodes Scholar and the recipient of many honors and awards, Spence was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
in 2001 and the John Bates Clark Medal from the American Economics Association in 1981.