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Topic - Dale Mortensen
EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — Nobel laureate and longtime Northwestern University economics professor Dale Mortensen has died.
Two Americans and a British Cypriot won the 2010 Nobel economics prize Monday for developing a theory that helps explain how many people can remain unemployed despite a large number of job vacancies.
Two Americans and a British-Cypriot economist won the 2010 Nobel economics prize Monday for developing a theory that helps explain how many people can remain unemployed despite a large number of job vacancies.
Mr. Mortensen told the AP he was asked not to share the news until the announcement in Stockholm 30 minutes later.
The Nobel is awarded jointly to Americans Peter Diamond and Dale Mortensen, and British Cypriot Christopher Pissarides, as joint winners for developing theories that help explain how economic policies can affect unemployment.(AP Photo/Sang Tan)