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Smith, Vernon L

LC control no.n 99036175
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Personal name headingSmith, Vernon L.
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Variant(s)Smith, Vernon Lomax
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1927-01-01
Place of birthWichita (Kan.)
Field of activityEconomics Experimental economics
AffiliationUniversity of Arizona. Department of Economics
George Mason University. Department of Economics
Krannert Graduate School of Management
Profession or occupationEconomists Economics teachers
Found inTaxes and share evaluation in competitive markets, 1967: t.p. (Vernon L. Smith)
Nat'l fac. dir., 1987 (Smith, Vernon L., Dept. of Econ., Univ. of Ariz., Tucson, AZ)
Amer. men & women of science: soc. & behavioral sci., 1973: (Smith, Vernon Lomax; b. 1/1/27; Ph.D., Harvard Univ.)
LC data base, 6/29/88 (hdg.: Smith, Vernon L.)
Wikipedia, September 26, 2018 (Vernon L. Smith; Vernon Lomax Smith; born January 1, 1927, Wichita, Kansas; bachelor's in electrical engineering 1949, Caltech; MA in economics 1952, University of Kansas; PhD in economics 1955, Harvard; American professor of economics and law at Chapman University's Argyros School of Business and Economics, and School of Law, Orange, California; founded the Economic Science Institute at Chapman University in 2008; former professor of economics and law at George Mason University; board member of the Mercatus Center, Arlington, Virginia; shared the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with Daniel Kahneman, based mostly on research conducted at the University of Arizona between 1976 and 2001, when he left for George Mason University; founder and president, International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics; member, Board of Advisors, The Independent Institute; senior fellow, the Cato Institute, Washington, DC; founding board member, Center for Growth and Opportunity, Utah State University; honorary doctoral degree 2004, Universidad Francisco Marroquin; first teaching post was at Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, 1955-1967, where his work in experimental economics began)
Associated languageeng
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