Nobel Prize in economics goes to 3 researchers for their work on natural experiments
When studying the forces of economics, natural experiments arise through changes in policy — for example, lowering the minimum wage in one state but not another.
Host Scott Tong speaks with Dr. Guido Imbens, professor of economics at Stanford University, about his win.
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