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Articles by Jonathan Schlefer

THE NEW YORK TIMES
February 18, 2014
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A. Michael Spence won the Nobel Memorial Prize in economics in 2001 for esoteric research on how people make decisions when critical information is hard to obtain. But by that time, after more than a decade and a half as an academic dean at Harvard and Stanford, many of Spence’s colleagues had begun referring to him as a “former economist.”
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