Non-Jews finally have taken home some Nobel awards, although not officially Nobel Prizes.
After an almost embarrassingly large number of Jews who won a vast majority of the prizes awarded this month, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Monday honored Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller for their “for their empirical analysis of asset prices.”
The award in economics is not a Nobel Prize as such, a category reserved for the fields of medicine, chemistry, physics, literature and peace, as designated by Swedish industrialist Alfred Nobel in 1895.
The Central Bank of Sweden added the economics prize in 1968.
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