The 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics will be won by Claudia Goldin
The winner of the 2023 Nobel Prize in Economics has been announced. Harvard economist Claudia Goldin received the award for her research that advances understanding of women’s labor market outcomes.
The Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences dates back to 1968.
The Swedish Central Bank (Sveriges Riksbank) established the Economics Prize in memory of Alfred Nobel, the founder of the Nobel Prize.
From 1969 to 2022, the Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded 54 times, with 92 winners.
Although the Nobel Prize in Economics is not a Nobel Prize in the traditional sense, since its establishment, it has been awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences according to the same principles as the Nobel Prize since 1901.