Medalha John Bates Clark

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A Medalha John Bates Clark (em inglês: John Bates Clark Medal) é concedida pela American Economic Association para "aquele economista estadunidense com idade inferior a 40 anos que fez uma contribuição significativa ao pensamento e conhecimento econômico".[1]

De acordo com o periódico The Chronicle of Higher Education, a medalha "é amplamente reconhecida como um dos mais prestigiosos prêmios em seu campo, talvez suplantada apenas pelo Nobel de Economia."[2] A medalha era bianual até 2007, e está sendo concedida anualmente desde 2009, porque muitos merecedores da condecoração estavam sendo alijados.[3] O comitê citou economistas como Edward Glaeser e John List em campanha pela anualidade da medalha.

Homenageia o economista neoclássico John Bates Clark. Embora tenha o rótulo "economista estadunidense", basta no entanto que o laureado trabalhe nos Estados Unidos na época de sua nomeação, não sendo necessária a nacionalidade estadunidense.[4]

Laureados[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ano Medalhista Instituição (Quando homenageado) Alma mater (PhD) Nacionalidade
1947 Paul Samuelson Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harvard University United States
1949 Kenneth Boulding University of Michigan University of Oxford United States
1951 Milton Friedman University of Chicago Columbia University United States
1955 James Tobin Yale University Harvard University United States
1957 Kenneth Arrow Stanford University Columbia University United States
1959 Lawrence Klein University of Pennsylvania Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
1961 Robert Solow Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harvard University United States
1963 Hendrik S. Houthakker Harvard University Universidade de Amsterdan Netherlands
1965 Zvi Griliches Harvard University University of Chicago Israel
1967 Gary Becker University of Chicago University of Chicago United States
1969 Marc Nerlove Yale University Johns Hopkins University United States
1971 Dale W. Jorgenson Harvard University Harvard University United States
1973 Franklin M. Fisher Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harvard University United States
1975 Daniel McFadden University of California, Berkeley University of Minnesota United States
1977 Martin Feldstein Harvard University University of Oxford United States
1979 Joseph Stiglitz Princeton University Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
1981 Michael Spence Harvard University Harvard University United States
1983 James Heckman University of Chicago Princeton University United States
1985 Jerry A. Hausman Massachusetts Institute of Technology University of Oxford United States
1987 Sanford J. Grossman Princeton University University of Chicago United States
1989 David M. Kreps Stanford University Stanford University United States
1991 Paul Krugman Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
1993 Lawrence Summers World Bank Harvard University United States
1995 David Card University of California, Berkeley Princeton University Canadá
1997 Kevin M. Murphy University of Chicago University of Chicago United States
1999 Andrei Shleifer Harvard University Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
2001 Matthew Rabin University of California, Berkeley Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
2003 Steven Levitt University of Chicago Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
2005 Daron Acemoglu Massachusetts Institute of Technology London School of Economics Turkey, United States
2007 Susan Athey Stanford University Stanford University United States
2009 Emmanuel Saez University of California, Berkeley Massachusetts Institute of Technology France
2010 Esther Duflo Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology France
2011 Jonathan Levin Stanford University Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
2012 Amy Finkelstein Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States
2013 Raj Chetty Harvard University Harvard University United States
2014 Matthew Gentzkow University of Chicago Harvard University United States
2015 Roland G. Fryer Jr. Harvard University Pennsylvania State University United States
2016 Yuliy Sannikov Princeton University Stanford University Ucrânia
2017 Dave Donaldson[5] Stanford University[6] London School of Economics Canada
2018 Parag Pathak[7] Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harvard University United States[8]

Referências

  1. «John Bates Clark Medal». Consultado em 21 de outubro de 2011. Arquivado do original em 21 de maio de 2008 
  2. Chronicle of Higher Education, April 24, 2009.
  3. New York Times January 4, 2009
  4. «American Economic Association». www.aeaweb.org. Consultado em 14 de março de 2019 
  5. «A trade economist wins the John Bates Clark medal» 
  6. «Professor Dave Donaldson awarded the 2017 John Bates Clark Medal – Economics». economics.stanford.edu 
  7. «Parag Pathak, Clark Medalist 2018». American Economic Association. Consultado em 20 de abril de 2018 
  8. «Parag Pathak, 2003». P.D. Soros Fellowship for New Americans. Consultado em 20 de abril de 2018 

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