Esther Duflo, Youngest Economics Nobel Winner, Gets This From Marie Curie
Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 8:26 AM
Three economists were awarded the Nobel Prize in economics for their "experimental approach" to solving global poverty. The winners are Abhijit Banerjee, an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; economist Esther Duflo, also at MIT; and Michael Kremer, an economist at Harvard University. "I guess we'll talk between the three of us and figure out what is our gram of radium," Duflo said.