Friday, October 9, 2009

odds for monday's nobel in economics

Monday, October 12th is not only Columbus Day for Americans and Thanksgiving Day for Canadians, but more importantly for economists, Monday is the day they announce the 2009 Nobel Prize for Economics. Here are the betting odds courtesy of Ladbrokes (BTW, Romer is my pick):



Eugene Fama 2/1
Paul Romer 4/1
Ernst Fehr 6/1
Kenneth R. French 6/1
William Nordhaus 6/1
Robert Barro 7/1
Bengt R Holmstrom 8/1
Matthew J Rabin 8/1
Jean Tirole 9/1
Martin Weitzman 9/1
Robert Schiller 9/1
Chris Pissarides 10/1
Dale T Mortensen 10/1
Xavier Sala-i-Martin 10/1
Avinash Dixit 14/1
Jagdish N. Bhagwati 14/1
William Baumol 16/1
Gene M Grossman 20/1
Martin S. Feldstein 20/1
Oliver Hart 20/1
Andrei Shoeiser 25/1
Christopher Sims 25/1
Lars P. Hansen 25/1
Nancy Stokey 25/1
Peter A Diamond 25/1
Thomas J. Sargent 25/1
Dale Jorgenson 33/1
Paul Milgrom 33/1
Elhanan Helpman 50/1
Ellinor Ostrom 50/1
Gordon Brown 50/1
Karl-Goran Maler 50/1
Oliver Williamson 50/1
Robert B Wilson 50/1

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