Lanny Ebenstein, Chicagonomics: The Evolution of Chicago Free Market Economics
Abstract. Few 20th century economics departments influenced the discipline as much as the University of Chicago. Among the oldest economics departments, its most distinguished characteristics are its high profile emphasis on market solutions, the colorful figures it attracted and developed, and those it retained. None have attracted the prolific and novel research that went on to win The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.
Keywords. Chicagonomics, Alfred Nobel, Free Market Economics.
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