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Доказательная экономика развития: Нобелевская премия по экономике 2019 года

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2020-1-5-17

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Нобелевская премия по экономике 2019 года была присуждена Абиджиту Банерджи, Эстер Дюфло и Майклу Кремеру за развитие экспериментального подхода к изучению проблемы снижения мирового неравенства. Работы нобелевских лауреатов сочетают в себе детальный микроэкономический анализ практических проблем, связанных с экономическим развитием, и аккуратные эмпирические исследования эффектов отдельных программ развития с использованием метода полевых экспериментов. В статье обсуждается вклад лауреатов с методологической точки зрения, их влияние на то, как изменился подход экономистов к работе над практическими проблемами экономического развития, а также дается краткий обзор результатов их исследований в области экономики образования, здравоохранения, поведенческой экономики, микрокредитования и гендерного неравенства.

Об авторе

Р. C. Ениколопов
Российская экономическая школа
Россия
Ениколопов Рубен Сергеевич, PhD, проф., ректор РЭШ


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Для цитирования:


Ениколопов Р.C. Доказательная экономика развития: Нобелевская премия по экономике 2019 года. Вопросы экономики. 2020;(1):5-17. https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2020-1-5-17

For citation:


Enikolopov R.S. Evidence based development economics: Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2019. Voprosy Ekonomiki. 2020;(1):5-17. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2020-1-5-17

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