F. A. Hayek’s influence on Nobel Prize winners
- David B. Skarbek
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F.A. Hayek’s broad research program has led some to conclude that his impact on economics has been minimal. This citation study examines the frequency of Nobel laureates cited by other laureates in the official Prize Lectures to understand how elite economists influence other elite economists. It finds that Hayek is the second most frequently mentioned laureate in the Prize Lectures, and he has the second most publication citations of the laureates. Hayek’s influence on the top tier of economists is substantial.
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- F. A. Hayek’s influence on Nobel Prize winners
The Review of Austrian Economics
Volume 22, Issue 1 , pp 109-112
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- Nobel Laureates
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- David B. Skarbek (1)
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- 1. Department of Economics, George Mason University, 4400 University Drive, , MSN 3G4, Fairfax, VA, 22030, USA