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Claudia Goldin


Prof. Dr.

Alternative spellings:
Claudia Dale Goldin
Claudia D. Goldin
Claudia Dale Goldin
كلوديا غولدن

B: 1946 New York, NY
Biblio: Themen: Gender, Arbeitsmarkt; Nobelpreis für Wirtschaftswissenschaften 2023
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Profession

  • Economist
  • Nobelpreisträgerin
  • Hochschullehrerin
  • Affiliations

  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Harvard University. Department of Economics
  • National Bureau of Economic Research
  • American Economic Association
  • Princeton University
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    Prizes in Economics

    1991 - Fellow of the Econometric Society

    2005 - Carolyn Shaw Bell Award

    2016 - IZA Prize in Labor Economics

    2020 - Erwin Plein Nemmers Prize in Economics

    2023 - Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel

    Claudia Goldin (born May 14, 1946) is an American economic historian and labor economist who is currently the Henry Lee Professor of Economics at Harvard University. She is a co-director of the NBER's Gender in the Economy Study Group and was the director of the NBER’s Development of the American Economy program from 1989 to 2017. Goldin's research covers a wide range of topics, including the female labor force, the gender gap in earnings, income inequality, technological change, education, and immigration. Most of her research interprets the present through the lens of the past and explores the origins of current issues of concern. Her recently completed book Career & Family: Women's Century-Long Journey toward Equity (Princeton University Press) was released on October 5, 2021. Goldin was the president of the American Economic Association in the 2013–14 academic year. In 1990, Goldin became the first tenured woman at Harvard's economics department. (Source: DBPedia)

    Publishing years

    3
      2023
    8
      2022
    42
      2021
    7
      2020
    4
      2019
    10
      2018
    3
      2017
    10
      2016
    8
      2015
    7
      2014
    6
      2013
    8
      2012
    5
      2011
    9
      2010
    6
      2009
    3
      2008
    6
      2007
    9
      2006
    1
      2005
    10
      2004
    4
      2003
    7
      2002
    6
      2001
    5
      2000
    8
      1999
    9
      1998
    8
      1997
    3
      1996
    5
      1995
    14
      1994
    3
      1993
    6
      1992
    6
      1991
    2
      1990
    6
      1989
    5
      1988
    1
      1987
    6
      1986
    2
      1985
    2
      1984
    3
      1983
    2
      1982
    7
      1981
    3
      1980
    3
      1979
    2
      1977
    1
      1976
    2
      1975
    1
      1973

    Series

    1. NBER Working Paper (67)
    2. NBER working paper series (65)
    3. Working paper / National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. (59)
    4. A National Bureau of Economic Research conference report (5)
    5. NBER working paper series on historical factors in long run growth (5)
    6. NBER historical working paper series (5)
    7. A National Bureau of Economic Research project report (3)
    8. The American economic review (1)
    9. National Bureau of Economic Research project report (1)
    10. Discussion paper / Institute for Economic Research, Queen's University (1)
    11. Women in the labour force, Erik Aerts ... eds (1)
    12. NBER series on long-term factors in economic development (1)
    13. Papers and proceedings of the ... annual meeting of the American Economic Association (1)