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The Past, Present, and Future of Economics: A Celebration of the 125-Year Anniversary of the JPE and of Chicago Economics

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  • Ufuk Akcigit
  • Fernando Alvarez
  • Stephane Bonhomme
  • George M Constantinides
  • Douglas W Diamond
  • Eugene F Fama
  • David W Galenson
  • Michael Greenstone
  • Lars Peter Hansen
  • Uhlig Harald
  • James J Heckman
  • Ali Hortacsu
  • Emir Kamenica
  • Greg Kaplan
  • Anil K Kashyap
  • Steven Levitt
  • John List
  • Robert E Lucas Jr.
  • Magne Mogstad
  • Roger Myerson
  • Derek Neal
  • Canice Prendergast
  • Raghuram G Rajan
  • Philip J Reny
  • Azeem M Shaikh
  • Robert Shimer
  • Hugo F Sonnenschein
  • Nancy L Stokey
  • Richard H Thaler
  • Robert H Topel
  • Robert Vishny
  • Luigi Zingales

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  • Ufuk Akcigit & Fernando Alvarez & Stephane Bonhomme & George M Constantinides & Douglas W Diamond & Eugene F Fama & David W Galenson & Michael Greenstone & Lars Peter Hansen & Uhlig Harald & James J H, 2017. "The Past, Present, and Future of Economics: A Celebration of the 125-Year Anniversary of the JPE and of Chicago Economics," Natural Field Experiments 00635, The Field Experiments Website.
  • Handle: RePEc:feb:natura:00635
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    6. Frederick Mosteller & Philip Nogee, 1951. "An Experimental Measurement of Utility," Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago Press, vol. 59, pages 371-371.
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