Some articles on economists:

List Of Igbo People - Heads of Organizations and Business Executives - Economists
... Name Born Death Notability Reference Pius Okigbo February 6, 1924 — Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala June 13, 1954 — The former Finance Minister and Foreign Minister of Nigeria, notable for being the first woman to hold either of those positions ... She is also a former World Bank Managing Director and a one-time Presidential candidate of the same institution ...
Chicago School (economics)
... economics is a neoclassical school of thought within the academic community of economists, with a strong focus around the faculty of the University of Chicago, some of whom have constructed and popularized its ... Chicago economists have also left their intellectual influence in other fields, notably in pioneering public choice theory and law and economics, which have led to revolutionary ... Other economists affiliated with Chicago have made their impact in fields as diverse as social economics and economic history ...
List Of Austrian School Economists
... The economists aligned with the Austrian School are sometimes colloquially called "the Austrians" even though few hold Austrian citizenship, and not all economists from Austria ...
List Of Barack Obama Presidential Campaign Endorsements, 2008 - Campaign Endorsements - Academics - Economists
... Jared Bernstein, Economic Policy Institute labor economist J ... Bradford DeLong, Professor at the University of California, Berkeley macroeconomist Ray Fair, Professor at Yale School of Management macroeconomist Jason Furman Paul Krugman, professor and author, 2008 Nobel laureate Daniel McFadden, 2000 Nobel laureate Laurence H ...

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    If all economists were laid end to end, they would not reach a conclusion.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)