Nobel Economics to Edmund Phelps

The 2006 Nobel Prize in Economics has gone to Edmund Phelps of New York’s Columbia University.

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences says he is being honored for his analysis of intertemporal tradeoffs in maco-economic policy.

Our reporter Dave Russell is at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences:

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