IZA Prize Recipients
The IZA Prize is awarded for outstanding academic achievement in the field of labor economics. It is meant to stimulate research that tries to find answers to the important labor market policy questions of our time.
Richard Blundell, University College London - 2012
George Borias, Harvard University, and Barry Chiswick, George Washington University (formerly University of Illinois at Chicago) - 2011
Francine Blau, Cornell University - 2010
Richard A. Easterlin, University of Southern California - 2009
Richard Layard, London School of Economics, and Stephen J. Nickell, University of Oxford - 2008
Richard B. Freeman, Harvard University and London School of Economics - 2007
David Card, University of California, Berkeley, and Alan Krueger, Princeton - 2006
Dale Mortensen, Northwestern University, and Christopher Pissarides, London School of Economics – 2005
Edward Lazear, Stanford University – 2004
Orley Ashenfelter, Princeton University – 2003
Jacob Mincer, Columbia University - 2002
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