Interviews with Nobel Laureates
| Peter Klein |
I just discovered that the official Nobel site has a multimedia section, with interviews, videos of the ceremonies and acceptance speeches, and so on. Most of the recent economics Laureates are included. Interesting stuff.
Bonus Nobel material: Josh Wright makes a good case for an economics prize honoring the UCLA tradition in the theory of the firm, property rights, and transaction costs. Josh himself is an excellent representative of that tradition. And here’s an old post on the prospects for a Nobel prize in organizational economics.
Williamson is still my favorite dark horse candidate, for obvious personal reasons, but I’d be delighted to see Klein, Alchian, Demsetz, or even Barzel and Cheung recognized for their contributions.