Interview with Eugene Fama
A conversation with Eugene Fama, the intellectual father of efficient market theory, passive portfolio management, and value and small cap mutual funds.
Interview with Claudia Goldin
Harvard economist shares her passion for historical research in areas such as urban slavery, the labor history of American women and the economic impact of educational movements.
Interview with John B. Taylor
Stanford economist John. B. Taylor on inflation targets, exchange rates and the eponymous rule.
Interview : Bruce Caldwell
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Interview with Christopher Sims
Christopher Sims, Princeton economist, on inflation targets, vector autoregression and the importance of monetary policy.
Interview with Edward C. Prescott
When Prescott was named a Regents' professor at the University of Minnesota this summer?an honor reserved for just 20 active professors at any time?it was not only a recognition of his contributions to economics research, but also his dedication to the classroom.
Interview with Darrell Duffie
In the increasingly vital yet bewildering world of financial economics, Darrell Duffie is both a deep-level theorist and a hands-on plumber.
Interview : W. Kip Viscusi
The beauty (pageant?) of economics
Author identification in economics, ... and beyond
Identifying authorship correctly and efficiently is a difficult problem when the literature is abundant, but poorly recorded. Homonyms are tedious to differentiate. This paper describes how the field of economics has organized itself with respect to author identification. We describe the RePEc project with a special emphasis on the RePEc Author Service. We then discuss how the concept is currently being expanded to the entire scientific body with the AuthorClaim project.