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Richard H. Thaler


Prof. Dr.

Alternative spellings:
Richard Thaler

B: 1945 East Orange, NJ

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Profession

  • Economist
  • Hochschullehrer
  • Affiliations

  • Booth School of Business
  • Cornell University
  • External links

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    Prizes in Economics

    2014 - Global Economy Prize

    2017 - Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel

    Richard H. Thaler (/ˈθeɪlər/; born September 12, 1945) is an American economist and the Charles R. Walgreen Distinguished Service Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. In 2015, Thaler was president of the American Economic Association. Thaler is a theorist in behavioral economics and has collaborated with Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, and others on multiple occasions in further defining that field. In 2018, he was elected a member in the National Academy of Sciences. In 2017, he was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his contributions to behavioral economics. In its Nobel prize announcement, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences stated that his "contributions have built a bridge between the economic and psychological analyses of individual decision-making. His empirical findings and theoretical insights have been instrumental in creating the new and rapidly expanding field of behavioral economics." (Source: DBPedia)

    Publishing years

    2
      2021
    6
      2018
    6
      2017
    1
      2016
    4
      2015
    2
      2014
    3
      2013
    1
      2012
    2
      2011
    4
      2009
    5
      2008
    2
      2007
    4
      2006
    3
      2005
    2
      2004
    6
      2003
    3
      2002
    5
      2001
    4
      2000
    1
      1999
    2
      1998
    7
      1997
    5
      1995
    4
      1994
    3
      1993
    2
      1992
    5
      1991
    7
      1990
    1
      1989
    1
      1988
    3
      1987
    1
      1986
    2
      1985
    1
      1981
    1
      1974

    Series

    1. Working paper / National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. (9)
    2. In memory of Amos Tversky (1937 - 1996) (2)
    3. The Harvard John M. Olin discussion paper series (1)
    4. Ullstein (1)
    5. HEC Paris research paper series (1)
    6. Discussion paper / Tinbergen Institute (1)
    7. Working paper / Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Economics (1)
    8. The Roundtable series in behavioral economics (1)
    9. Working paper series / Center for Research in Security Prices (1)
    10. Discussion paper series / John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Business, Harvard Law School (1)
    11. Discussion paper / Center for Economic Research, Tilburg University (1)
    12. A Russell Sage Foundation book (1)
    13. Papers and proceedings / American Finance Association (1)
    14. Working paper (1)