Vernon L. Smith

Vernon L. Smith was awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economics for his introducing experimental methods in economic analysis. He is founder of the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Sciences, George Mason University and has been president of Public Choice Society, Economic Science Association, Western Economic Association and Association for Private Enterprise Education (APEE), among others. Smith holds a PhD in economics from Harvard University and is also honorary doctor in economics from Universidad Francisco Marroquín.

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Last update: 21/06/2010


Más vídeos de Vernon L. Smith



Humanomics of Adam Smith

Discussing Experimental Economics with Vernon Smith

Vernon Smith’s Experience on Experimental Economics

Discovering Exchange, Specialization and Property

The Housing Bubble and Crash that Engulfed the Economy: Causal Similarities with the 1920’s and its Aftermath

Economics in the laboratory

Interview with Vernon L. Smith

Honorary Doctorate Ceremony


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