Fourth Industrial Revolution

Four Nobel economists on the biggest challenges for 2016

How to manage risk, sluggish productivity, deteriorating patterns of growth, relocating refugees – what keeps economists up at night? Image: REUTERS/Toru Hanai

Alvin Roth

Professor of Economics, Stanford University

Edmund S. Phelps

Director, The Center on Capitalism and Society, Columbia University

Robert J. Shiller

Professor, Yale University

A. Michael Spence

William R. Berkley Professor in Economics and Business, NYU Stern School of Business

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